Head of Crimea promised demonstration trials of corruptionist
Crimean authorities set the fight against corruption a priority. Trials of corrupt officials plan to be publicized.
Crimean authorities set the fight against corruption a priority. December 22, Head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov tolt Pervy Krymsky channel that Crimea plans to carry out show trials of high-profile cases involving corruption.
"I will do everything to clarify trials of officials, mayors, and those, who have been detained over the past years," - said Aksenov.
The Head of the Crimea noted that such a measure is necessary for public awareness of the "transparency of the process and the lack of options for staging" and advised officials and executives to "live within their means, and to plan their lives exclusively on wages."
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