In parliament there is no unity on a moratorium

Vice-chairman Committee on Legislation and Judicial Affairs House of Representatives Victor Isachkin in an interview our radio said: "In this respect the parliament have different views. Personally, I tend to freeze. But it is clear that not only members of parliament, and diversify our society responds to this dilemma . "
Asked how they would vote in MPs this issue, if the vote was held today, vice-chairman Parliamentary Commission replied
"I think that the absolute advantages there would be neither adherents nor enemies moratorium. Voting was like …"

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