International Public Foundation (INTERLEGAL)
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1989 Moscow USSR
1989, Moscow (USSR), as International Sociological and Legal Research Centre, as an E-XE0669 - European Economic and Social Committee (EESC). Also referred to as Interlegal Foundation and as International Foundation for Political and Legal Research. Subsequently changed title to International Charitable Foundation for Political and Legal Research. Registered in accordance with Russian law.
Promote civil society in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States - CIS; serve as a link between the independent sector of these countries and the rest of the world.
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