Federation Council approved resignation of Deputy Prosecutor General for North Caucasus Ivan Sydoruk
In April, Sydoruk filed a letter of superannuation.
The Federation Council discharged the Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Ivan Sydoruk, who was responsible for the prosecutor's office in the North Caucasus, reports TASS.
Sydoruk filed a letter of superannuation on April 18.
One of the last actions of Sydoruk in the position of the Deputy Prosecutor General was the approval of the indictment in a case of two natives of Stavropol, accused of armed attack on military personnel in the territory of Botlikhsky district of Dagestan in 1999.
From 1998 to 2003, Ivan Sydoruk was the Prosecutor of St. Petersburg. Then he became Prosecutor of the Moscow region. In 2006, after Yury Chaika was appointed to the post of Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, he became his Deputy and oversaw the work of the department first in the Southern Federal District and then in the North Caucasus.
Sydoruk is an honored lawyer of the Russian Federation, honorary prosecutor, doctor of law and professor. In the April issue of Index of Power of expert agency Davydov. Index Sydoruk ranked 128th among 500 federal officials, leaving the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs behind and losing to the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.
General’s son Mikhail Sal’nikov, Professor of the Department of Theory of Government and Law at the St. Petersburg University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of the Russian Federation, has been detained for real estate fraud. Amid other corruption crimes hitting the headlines, this offense does not seem a high-profile one. But the point is that this is not the first criminal case instituted against professor Sal’nikov, and he is not the only relative of MIA general Viktor Sal’nikov having problems with the law.