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They have the moral right of the noncomm. Organization (NPO) to ask the president to issue grants — if he fails to comply with Art. 13 ch.3? (Part 4 — obshch.obed.KPSS)

On the funeral of a peasant political scientist since 1989 (Art. 13, part 3 of the constitution has never been fulfilled due to the lack of thorough support by the law on parties). --- For transformations in the public consciousness and for the implementation of the constitutional norms of LAW, it was necessary to TIME and that person who would bear the brunt of the REFORM of the new mentality. of all levels of government in Russia about the need to finance the basic law, but in response received either mocking ridicule, threats and moral beatings, or: “Get out! Shameful sick little parasite!so be it in ruble ... ha-ha-ha! "This is the situation in our country. A criminal state forms the criminal consciousness and unconsciousness of citizens. Grandmother follows me:" Save you, Lord! ", but no one there is not enough conscience to give a ruble to perform work in the information field FOR THEM (parasites). Former girlfriends: "Do not drag us into your foolish notions, do not come and do not call us ... shameful ... do not beg shameless!" is the day of Russian parliamentarism. Do non-profit organizations (NPOs) have a moral right to ask the president for extradition ie grants, if you never want to observe the Constitution in paragraph 3 of Article 13? (not to be confused with part 4 of article 13-obsch.obed.KPSS).
NPOs do not know and do not fulfill the CONSTITUTION from the date of its birth in 1993.
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