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    MOSCOW, January 12, 2004. /RIA Novosti/. The anti-corruption council under the Russian President will not replace the law enforcement bodies, deputy head of the Kremlin administration Dmitry Kozak told journalists following the council's meeting on Monday.

    According to him, the startup and organizing meeting of the council was held today. The council's chairman, Mikhail Kasyanov, and heads of the two commissions were elected at the meeting. In addition, the council outlined priority tasks.

    The council will meet as the need arises and the next meeting will take place in a month, Kozak said. The council should work out and initiate bills, he stressed.

    Dmitry Kozak will head the council's professional ethics commission and Vice Premier Boris Aleshin will head the anti-corruption commission, he added.

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