MOSCOW, April 5 (RAPSI) — The Moscow Commercial Court will consider an application of the ANO Institute for Globalization and Social Movements (the organization is registered by the Russian Justice Ministry as a foreign agent) seeking its own bankruptcy on May 6, the court's ruling reads on Monday.

Earlier, the court suggested that the Association Self-Regulatory Organization of Bankruptcy Commissioners Mercury provide information on the compliance of Elena Pavlova's candidacy with the requirements of the Insolvency (Bankruptcy) Law with confirmation of consent to be approved by the debtor's administrator. However, the association declined the suggestion, what was registered in the materials of the case. Later, the commercial court sent proposals to several self-regulating organizations selected on the random basis as to the presenting of candidates for work as managers in the nonprofit organization.

At the same time, the court attracted the Main Directorate of the Russian Justice Ministry for the city of Moscow to participate in the bankruptcy case as a third party without independent claims regarding the subject of the dispute. During the consideration of the case, the debtor indicated that its only creditor was that body.

On December 24, 2018, the Ministry of Justice of Russia, in accordance with the federal Law on non-commercial organizations, included the Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization Institute for Globalization and Social Movements in the register of nonprofit organizations performing the functions of a foreign agent. The fact that of the organization answered the respective criteria was established in the course of a scheduled documentary audit carried out by the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation for the city of Moscow.

The Institute for the Problems of Globalization, founded by Mikhail Delyagin, split into two organizations in 2006, after the split Boris Kagarlitsky became the head of the Institute for Globalization and Social Movements.