Deputy Prosecutor General orders to check information on mass disorders at Sibur
The media reported that hundreds of workers started a riot.
Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation for the Urals Federal District Yuri Ponomarev instructed the prosecutor of the Tyumen Region, Vladimir Vladimirov, to check the information about the conflict situation in Tobolsk published in the press. As Znak.com writes, yesterday, hundreds of workers engaged in the construction of Sibur factories started a riot.
They broke the construction equipment, their boss’ SUV, and later fought with the police which arrived and security personnel of the company.
After the publications, Vladimir Vladimirov urgently organized a prosecutor's check, the press service of the supervisory department reported.
The aim of the check is to find out the causes and circumstances of the incident, paying special attention to possible violations of labor laws and social rights of workers, and promptly take measures of prosecutorial response if there are grounds for doing so.
The execution of the order is under the control of the Tyumen Region prosecutor.
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