Hot on the heels of deputies being ordered to tell tales on each other, the Duma is again resorting to classroom tactics to impose discipline.
Employees at the parliament have been issued with a code of conduct.
It includes recommendations on how to behave and what to wear in the Duma offices.
In particular, the employees are advised to refrain from smoking and dress smartly, avoiding mini-skirts and low-cut tops.
Anyone caught breaking the code will get a reprimand from bosses and an official warning.