Former Head of Federal Migration Service gave his secretary grant in amount of 22 million rubles
In relation to the Head of the Federal Migration Service carried prosecutor's examination due to inefficient department's spending, including illegal multimillion-dollar subsidies to employees of the organization.
The Prosecutor's Office examines the administrative authority of the Federal Migration Service (the FMS). According to preliminary data, the Head of the FMS Konstantin Romodanovsky handed out multimillion-dollar subsidies to his immediate subordinates. In particular, Life obtained documents for the granting a subsidy of in the amount up to 22 million rubles for the purchase of apartments for the secretary of the former Head of the FMS Ekaterina Khoroshih. However, according to the former Head Romodanovsky, these bonuses were the only way to keep employees from taking bribes from agency clients.
According to the comment of law enforcement bodies, formally there was not any irregularities in the issuing of grants: Khoroshih has worked in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Federal Migration Service for over 16 years and has earned the benefits, but the question is the amount of the subsidy. The examination will check, whether the 22 million rubles subsidy is reasonable. The cause for examination became the report of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, which identified an inefficient spending of structure's budget for 2015. It was revealed violations in the amount of 6.4 billion rubles.
His opinion on the situation expressed Vyacheslav Postavin, the former First Deputy Head of the Federal Migration Service. He accused the former Head in the preferences to close and completely dismissive attitude to the rest of the staff, many of whom have received no more than 15 thousand rubles, and thereby have had to engage in corruption.
Kirill Kabanov, the Head of the National Anti-Corruption Committee, believes that the case of Ekaterina Khoroshih is just the tip of the iceberg, behind which lie really serious violations. The source of BFM also inclined to the opinion that such orders were more than a dozen.
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