This article confirms the current position. It reads:-
I agree with the article in that Evgeniya Shelgunova will probably be the next top Russian gymnast to emerge (as highlighted by 2012 Jr Euro's: Beam, Floor, Uneven Bars, Vault). However, she will probably not be the only one to break through over the next couple of seasons. Maria Kharenkova also has just as much potential (as 2012 Jr Euro's also highlighted: Beam (EF), Floor (EF))Amongst the Russians, the confirmed team now includes Evgeniya Shelgunova as reserve instead of the unfortunate Anna Dementyeva, who is injured. It is also expected that Ksenia Afanasyeva will compete on all four apparatus in qualifications, alongside Aliya Mustafina and (?) Anastasia Grishina. This creates competition for the two all around spots in finals, and leaves Maria Paseka as the only specialist on the four person team, competing on vault and bars.
Also agree with this point Rodionenko makes in the article:-
Hence, it's no longer a case anymore of Amanar and out. Gymnasts during this quad will need a lot more artistry if they hope to win the AA at the next Olympics in Rio. That can only be good for the sportChanges to the Code of Points [have] more or less evened out the playing field in world gymnastics
Finally, here is an interview with Aliya Mustafina.