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Khural deputies demanded an apology from the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Buryatia

Khural deputies demanded an apology from the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Buryatia
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Deputies of Khural Buryatia accused Oleg Kudinov, head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the republic, of disrespect for the representative body of the region and demanded an apology. They did not like the fact that Kudinov severely refused to provide details of the investigation of sensational criminal cases, including with the participation of police officers, as part of his annual report.

According to local mediadeputies asked to talk about the investigation of the murder of two girls by police, the bailiff on two girls, the results of an official audit on the fact of a striptease on February 23 in the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Oleg Kudinov refused to tell anything, saying that he was not obliged to do this.

This offended the deputies, especially the communist Bair Tsyrenov. He reminded Kudinov of the provocation of law enforcement officers against Vyacheslav Markhaev, and then demanded an apology from the general. He also said that on the eve of the session he had received a warning from a high-ranking police officer. According to Tsyrenov, he threatened him with a criminal case if the deputy did not stop criticizing the Buryat police. The Khural never received an apology or an answer to the question.

It is noteworthy that at the end of last year, the deputies apologized demanded from Tsyrenov himself. The People’s Khural Commission on Mandates and Deputy Ethics recognized his behavior unethical because he participated in unauthorized rallies in Ulan-Ude.

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