MOSCOW, October 13 - RAPSI. The United Russia members in parliament will consider at its October 17 meeting the legislative amendments introducing criminal liability for the establishment of fly-by-night companies, the State Duma speaker and the party's parliamentarian leader Boris Gryzlov told journalists on Thursday.

President Dmitry Medvedev urged to adopt a law on criminal liability for setting up dummy corporations and threatened with "organizational decisions" in case of delay on Wednesday.

It was the presidential response to the information of Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov that the bill was submitted as early as in January, but its first reading was scheduled for October 18.