1. Alla Barakhova et al. article headlined "Sergey Mironov hovers in mandate-free space" says that yesterday the Central Electoral Commission failed to consider handing over a State Duma mandate to former Federation Council speaker Sergey Mironov as not all documents were provided timely. The A Just Russia party blames One Russia deputies for the delay; pp 1, 3 (977 words).
2. Andrey Tsyganov article headlined "Head of Main Interior Directorate for St Petersburg stays militia man too long" says that the head of the Main Interior Directorate for St Petersburg and Leningrad Region, Vladislav Piotrovskiy, is going to file a resignation letter in order to speed up the procedure of his appraisal. Meanwhile, all his key deputies have already undergone the procedure; pp 1, 3 (654 words).
3. Sergey Mashkin et al. report headlined "Guilty without Chechnya" says that Austria's Supreme Criminal Court has passed a guilty verdict on three Chechen nationals who killed Chechen head Ramzan Kadyrov's former bodyguard Umar Israilov in Vienna in 2009. The Austrian prosecutor's office has been trying to check whether Kadyrov was involved in the crime, but the Russian Prosecutor-General's Office has not replied to any of its inquiries; pp 1, 5 (1,121 words).
4. Dmitriy Butrin and Darya Nikolayeva article headlined "Russia lacks millionaires" looks at the Global Wealth 2011 report provided by the Boston Consulting Group, which says that Russia has a record-breaking number of billionaires and relatively few millionaires; pp 1, 6 (810 words).
5. Maksim Ivanov and Mariya-Luiza Tirmaste article headlined "People's Front grows deeper" says that almost 450 organizations have already joined the All-Russia People's Front. The People's Front serves its main purpose of increasing the number of people ready to vote for One Russia and Putin, experts say; p 2 (617 words).
6. Zaur Farniyev article headlined "President takes note of Beslan terrorist attack" says that yesterday President Dmitriy Medvedev met representatives of the Mothers of Beslan non-governmental organization and promised that the investigation materials on the terrorist attack case will be revised; p 2 (533 words).
7. Yuliya Rybina article headlined "Moscow human rights activists pacifying Dagestan" says that Dagestan is hosting a visiting session of the president's council on human rights and civil …