Deputy Head of Ugra Interior Ministry resigned amid corruption scandals
In early 2018 in Nefteyugansk the warehouse of counterfeit alcohol was liquidated. According to the investigation, head of the local MIA Nikolay Plaksin and his colleague received bribes from the owners of the warehouse.
Deputy Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for KhMAO-Ugra Sergey Fisenko resigns, Ura.ru reports with reference to its sources in law enforcement. According to the interlocutor of the edition, the reason for Fisenko's resignation was corruption scandals in the department; at present, the question of new Deputy Head is at stake.
The press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs does not confirm the information about the resignation of Fisenko. Acting Head of the press service of the administration Andrey Vorontsov says that at present the policeman is on vacation.
Fisenko's resignation is aligned with the corruption scandal in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In early 2018 in Nefteyugansk the warehouse of counterfeit alcohol was liquidated. According to the investigation, head of the local MIA Nikolay Plaksin and his colleague Roman Nedybа received bribes from the owners of the warehouse. The police provided Khudayarov with patronage and turned the blind eye to the crimes connected with the sale of counterfeit alcohol.
Sergey Fisenko has worked in law enforcement agencies for more than 20 years. In 1989, after graduating from the Barnaul Secondary School of the Interior Ministry of the USSR, he began working in the criminal militia of the city of Raduzhny in KhMAO-Ugra. In parallel, Fisenko studied at the Tyumen Law Institute. Then he took up the post of Chief of the Department of Internal Affairs of Raduzhny. In 1999, he became head of the Raduzhny police department. In 2011, Fisenko was appointed Deputy Chief of Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation for KhMAO-Ugra. Since 2012, he temporarily served as chief of police in the administration.
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