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Monday, October 24, 2016

Putin has signed the decree about reduction of the staff of the Ministry of interior per 100 thousand employees

The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has signed a decree reducing the limit of regular number of the Ministry of internal Affairs on 100 thousand employees or ten percent. Earlier media reported about a global reform in the power unit.

photo: Dmitry Katerinov

“Set the maximum number of staff of internal Affairs bodies of the Russian Federation (without the personnel on protection and service of buildings) funded from budgetary appropriations of the Federal budget, in the amount of 904 871 units”, – is spoken in the document published on the portal of legal information.

Thus, changes in the presidential decree from 5 may 2014, when the maximum number of staff of internal Affairs bodies was fixed at the level of 1 million 3,232 employee.

The President also reduced the maximum number of staff of Central office at 761 unit — 6714 to employees. Simultaneously abolished one of the Deputy Ministers – now there are six.

On the eve the media reported about the plans to create the country’s Ministry of state security on the basis of the FSB. In the new structure have to join the Federal guard service (FSO) and foreign intelligence Service (SVR).

Also in the framework of the reform of the power block, the Investigative Committee may become the structure of the Prosecutor General, the Ministry of emergency situations and civil defense troops to be part of the Ministry of defense and legally to return to the interior Ministry.

Read details in the article: “the General of FSB assessed the implications of creating a “Ministry of state security”


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