Government supported ban on abroad trips for police officers
Today only those law enforcement authorities who have an admission to a state secret can not leave abroad.
The commission on lawmaking activities recommended to support the bill of ex-Deputy from Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Dmitry Nosov of prohibition for police officers to go abroad, RBC reports.
As it is told in the bill, the prohibition also extends on those who pass civil service in law-enforcement bodies at “separate positions”. The list of positions will determine the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Besides, the bill offers to forbid service in the Ministry of Internal Affairs to those who have the residence permit or other document confirming the right to permanent residence in a foreign state.
The author of an initiative is sure that such measure will help fight corruption, promote increase in responsibility of employees, federal government civil servants and employees of law-enforcement bodies.
The special services believe that Russian Interior Ministry officials could have cooperated with the press to sell passport applications and border-crossing data of the two men suspected of poisoning the Skripals in Salisbury.