PD where Golunov was held posts vacancy on HeadHunter after reports of police mass resignation
The press service of the department claims that no one has quit, and the vacancies for new employees have been posted a long time ago.
The Internal Affairs Directorate of Moscow WAD posted four vacancies on HeadHunter amid reports of officers resigning after the dismissal of two generals because of the case against journalist Ivan Golunov. The investigation department requires a head, investigator and an analytical department operative. In addition, the police department wants to hire a driver.
The recruitment of staff is constantly ongoing in the Internal Affairs Directorate and in no way connected with the Golunov case, representatives of the department said in a conversation with an Open Media journalist. Two employees told the publication that vacancies have existed for a long time and are periodically updated. At the same time, in the Department of Internal Affairs in other districts, according to the hh.ru, there are either no vacancies or only one or two.
On June 17, the Telegram-channel Mash reported that 45 police officers at Moscow Directorate of the Moscow WAD resigned due to the dismissal of the head of the Internal Affairs Moscow Department Andrey Puchkov. The press service of the department said that from June 11 there were only two dismissals.
Presumably, it concerns the US response to Ukraine’s help in the investigation against Joseph Biden, Trump’s main rival in the 2020 presidential election, who allegedly was in collusion with Kiev during the previous campaign.