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On 22 November 2013, the Russian State Duma adopted bill No. 352924-6 (the "Bill") in its third reading. The bill abolishes the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation (the "SCC") as an independent judicial institution and the highest commercial court in Russia.
It is expected that the Bill, which was approved by the Federation Council on 27 November 2013 and contains amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, will be signed by the Russian President in the near future.