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Monday, November 13, 2017

Putin has made new layoffs in law enforcement agencies


On the official portal of legal information appeared a decree of President Vladimir Putin, which the head of state has made a number of changes in the security agencies of the country. Lost the posts of generals in the interior Ministry, the emergencies Ministry and the Investigative Committee of Russia.

According to the text of the decree, in particular, dismissed from his post, Deputy head of the Main Department of ensuring activities of SC of the Russian Federation the General-the major of justice Vitaly Frolov. Also in the same Ministry dismissed the Deputy head of the procedural control of the General-the major of justice Dmitry Shershakov. His office has lost the head of the Central Board of the TFR in the Tambov region the General-the major of justice Alexander Tishkovskiy.

Academy of management interior Ministry has lost to the Deputy chief the General-Lieutenant Vasily Bykadorova. Deputy head of the main Directorate of private security of the MIA of Russia the General-the major of police Alexey Laushkin is also listed in President’s decree dismissed from his post. Dismissed and the Colonel of internal service Oleg Pravosud, who held the position of head of the Department of logistical and medical support of the MIA.

In the structure of the interior Ministry also dismissed the Deputy Minister of internal Affairs of Bashkortostan Vyacheslav Andreev, the chief of a Central Board in the Krasnoyarsk territory Vadim Antonov.

Dismissed and prosecutors in Samara region and Stavropol territory – Murat Kabaloev and Yuri Turygin. Thus, in the Amur region appointed Prosecutor Ruslan Medvedev.

The decree contains the information about the number of dismissals and appointments.

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