In St. Petersburg Prosecutor General's Office auditors landed
After the examination the Prosecutor of St. Petersburg Sergey Litvinenko will go to the carpet in Moscow.
Employees of the Prosecutor General, who arrived yesterday in St. Petersburg with a large examination, began to inspect Vasileostrovskiy, Petrograd and Krasnogvardejskij areas. According to Fontanka, they have begun to analyze the validity of the refusal on the initiation of criminal cases. Only from the Vasilyevsky AMIA they requested 1,5 thousand materials.
Earlier it was reported that in the northern capital for the diligence of the local Prosecutor's Offices it was raided about 30 employees of the Prosecutor General. The examination was appointed by Yuri Chaika's personally order from 15 September. In the capital's supervisory agency this examination was called the most ambitious in the past 20 years. According to the publication, auditors examine the work of all 18 district Prosecutor's Offices of St. Petersburg in all areas of work: from the Housing and Environment to drug trafficing and terrorism. At its end (on October 12 this year) - the Prosecutor of St. Petersburg Sergey Litvinenko, his deputies and heads of departments of the city Prosecutor's Office will go to the carpet in Moscow.
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