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Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn: "a la patriotism" is pushing officials to violate the law

On the official website of the Government of the Republic of Buryatia, the head of the region Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn talks about the fight against corruption in the republic.

According to him, there have been few facts of bribes among officials in recent years, but there have been enough manifestations of corruption.

Despite the fact that "At every gliding meeting of all leaders, I personally warn about responsibility and consequences for similar violations, other people's experience does not teach people anything today", - says Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn.

Thus, they were already dismissed for exceeding the authority of the head of the Kizhinginsky, Kabansky, and Eravninsky districts. The first, wishing to help the villagers return loans, violating the law, sold the land. The second mastered the allocated funds for the purchase of communal equipment, signing documents for the firm, which later "dissolved." The third paid for the construction of a power transmission line, signing acts for uncompleted work.

However, to date, two more cases have become known with the heads of the districts, in which the facts of abuse of authority are seen.

The head of the republic, Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn, said that in order to fight corruption in Buryatia this year, a commission directly working with the anti-corruption department of the President of Russia will be created. "This will be a commission with huge powers, which will work directly with the Office of the President of Russia on combating corruption", - the head of the region said.

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