Instructions for Commenting on Draft Legislation

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This explanation of the NPC’s electronic comment system was provided in response to questions about commenting on the draft Foreign NGO law, but the system is the same for other draft legislation as well. Make sure to read the instructions for commenting on individual laws to see if there are other permissible ways of submitting comments.

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