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Starting next year, 21.35 billion rubles will be allocated for the work of the recently created all-Russian movement of children and youth. per year, follows from the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin, published on the Kremlin website.
In 2022, the authorities will allocate 379 million rubles to Rosmolodezh to financially support the work of the new movement, including to pay its employees. from the government's reserve fund.
The presidential administration was instructed to introduce the state post of chairman of the board of the movement by October 1. Until December 31, the government, together with the authorities of Moscow, must allocate and transfer premises to the movement for its administration.
The bill on the children's movement was submitted to the State Duma on May 19, the centenary of the pioneer organization. The explanatory note to the document stated that the law was developed to promote “the implementation of state policy in the interests of children and youth,” as well as “for the participation [of the state] in the upbringing of children, their professional orientation, and leisure activities.” The State Duma and the Federation Council approved the amendments, and the President signed the law on July 14.
The movement will be voluntary, and students over the age of six will be able to join. Mentors-counselors will be adult Russians, these cannot be foreign agents and persons affiliated with them. Organizations-foreign agents will not be able to participate in the work of the movement.
At first it was planned to name this movement “Big Change”, but in the end, the deputies decided to give its participants the opportunity to choose a name for its participants at the congress in December. The movement will have its own symbolism— anthem, emblems and flags — and get the opportunity to open branches abroad.
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