North Caucasian Federal District: deputy prosecutor general sends in resignation
Ivan Sydoruk has held this position for 13 years.
Deputy prosecutor general of the North Caucasian Federal District Ivan Sydoruk has sent in resignation. Nothing was reported on what had caused his decision.
According to the official web site of the Prosecutor-General’s Office, the last thing he did while holding this position was a letter of accusation against two natives of Stavropol region. They are being accused of participating in an armed attack on military men in the territory of Dagestan’s Botlikhsky district in 1999.
Before 2005, 68-year-old Sydoruk was prosecutor general in Moscow region. From 1998 to 2003, he was prosecutor general in St.Petersburg.
He moved to Leningrad in mid 1970s to become a student of the Higher politics college of the USSR’s MIA. In early 1980s, he became the prosecutor general of a department for general supervision and acting deputy head of a department for general supervision of the city’s Prosecution Service. Before that, he worked in Novorossiisk and Arkhangelsk.
He is the merited lawyer of the Russian Federation, honorary employee of the Prosecution Service, doctor of juridical science, and professor.
April issue of the Index of authorities created by an expert agency Davydov.Index ranked Sydoruk #128 among 500 federal officials, second only to deputy Minister of foreign affairs; he left Minister of the Interior behind.