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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The envoy Ustinov spoke out against the appointment of nieces Rogozin in Sochi national Park


The presidential envoy in the southern Federal district Vladimir Ustinov found inappropriate appointment of the niece of Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, Darya Filippova, head of the Sochi national Park. His letter to the Minister of nature of Russia Sergey Donskoy published “Novaya Gazeta”.

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In a letter to Ustinov indicates that Filippov has specialized education (majoring on it) and didn’t work in organizations related to the environment.

In addition, says Ustinov, Filippova “over the last five years changed more than five jobs, with a frequency of from one and a half years to one month. In the last year and a half made about forty of administrative offences”.

The Ministry of natural resources “to the New newspaper” confirmed the receipt of the letter and stated that it is not planning to appoint Philippi: now it supposedly only serves as the interim Manager due to revelations after verification of the national Park of the accounting chamber of violations. Among them was called, in particular, the purchase of animals for leopards in addition to free dedicated Ministry of natural resources and misappropriation of funds, however, in the frame of development of the reserve.

Recall that, according to the Penkovsky, he was dismissed in June without explanation. Experts feared that this decision may contribute to the development of land of the national Park ski resorts.

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