From 1 January 2018 the Internet will be the registry officials dismissed “in connection with loss of trust”. Partly this resource will be open for free access. The draft regulation on the placing of information on corruption at the fault line has developed Ministry of labor.
On the official portal, which are placed for public debate draft laws and regulations, there is a draft regulation on the registry of persons dismissed in connection with loss of trust. On the website of the Ministry of labor that prepared the document, with reference to Deputy Minister Alexey Cherkasov reported that the Situation developed in accordance with the law, which was adopted by state Duma approved by the Federation Council, signed by the President and published on 1 July 2017. The law also requires public authorities, local authorities, public-law companies, corporations, prosecutors, Investigative Committee, defence Ministry and the Central Bank from 1 January 2018 mandatory to make specially created in the Unified information system of personnel management of the civil service of the Russian Federation the registry information about all dismissed in connection with loss of trust officials.
According to the labor Ministry, annually in connection with loss of trust for failure to comply with anti-corruption restrictions and prohibitions, requirements on prevention and settlement of conflict of interests leaves about 300 officials of Federal, regional and municipal levels. The registry is created for the employees of HR departments, considering the application of those or other citizens could check whether they were involved in questionable actions, leading to the idea of propensity to corruption. And then make a decision.
The draft regulation States that the data in respect of at fault will be stored for 2 years from the date of entry in the register, and part of this data access will be “open”. Publically available information — surname, name and patronymic of the person who committed a corruption offense, details of a legal act on his dismissal, the name of authority or organisation where he worked, and the date of its entering in the register. To see the data on the desired person will need to enter his surname, name and patronymic. Just out of curiosity, thus, not encouraged.
In the closed access will host more detailed information about dismissed, as follows from the draft delegated act. In particular, the General public will not be able to know what exactly was the corruption offence for which a man lost his job, but such data in the registry will be.
Information should be placed in the registry quickly – within 10 days after signing the order of dismissal. And out of registry more quickly, within 3 days, if a citizen using the court reinstated if he died or if two years have elapsed since the dismissal.