Passion for luxury: Rich prosecutors irritate Muscovites
With huge passion for luxury living prosecutors apparently do not have such passion for work.
Residents of the Moscow Butyrsky district complained to the Prosecutor General's Office on the local representatives of the supervisory authority. According to the applicants, the district Prosecutor's Office puts pressure on entrepreneurs. In addition, people are asked to check, how even the youngest employees own foreign cars worth millions of rubles.
Life reports that state employees drive luxury SUVs. For example, Deputy Prosecutor of the district Arsen Shapiev drives modest Land Cruiser 200 with the devil license plate 666. As the son of a member of the Central Election Commission of Dagestan, he probably can not afford it.
Another Deputy Prosecutor Evgeniya Bazaeva drives Toyota Land Cruiser Prado with James Bond's licence plate - 007.
26-year-old Maxim Barsukov drives Jaguar, his coeval Konstantin Kichatov - Infinity. It should be noted that, formally, the cars do not belong to the officials, and recorded on wives and fathers.
With huge passion for luxury living prosecutors apparently do not have such passion for work. This is confirmed by two checks, carried out by the Prosecutor's Office in the past year. As a result of two checks, it was revealed that officials ignore the complaints of citizens. For example, the November audit showed that the Prosecutor's Office received 120 applications, but 84 of them were closed for no apparent reason or explanation. For such work prosecutors were deprived of the annual premium.
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