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11 November 2014

2012 was rich in corruption scandals. It was discovered that officials in the Ministry of Defense, Federal Outer Space Agency, communal and housing services, agriculture were stealing milliards in most impudent way. How did this become possible and is there a way to stop it? We talked about this with Vladimir Makarov Head of Department for Control over Corruption Crimes of the Russia’s Investigative Committee (SKR).

11 November 2014

Vladimir Markin, Major-General of Justice and the Head of Media Relations Directorate of the Investigative Committee told Interfax about work of the agency and investigation of high-profile cases

11 November 2014

Searching for the truth

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation was established on 15 January 2009. The idea of independent investigatory unit of state authority is not new: for the first time it was implemented by Peter the Great during juridical reform. What is an underlying task of reconstitution of a similar body today? What are its objectives and ways to reach them? And its achievements if any? We are talking about it with Oleg DORONIN, head of the Mari-El Republic Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee.

15 February 2013
Vladimir Markin, Major-General of Justice and the Head of Media Relations Directorate of the Investigative Committee told Interfax about work of the agency and investigation of high-profile cases
16 January 2013

Makin investigation more efficient

On 15 January 2011, functions of prosecutor’s supervision and investigation were separated and the Investigative Committee became independent state body investigating the most difficult criminal cases.

16 January 2013

Head of Altai Territory Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee tells about quality of investigation, natural selection and bribe-takers

16 January 2013

Searching for the truth

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation was established on 15 January 2009. The idea of independent investigatory unit of state authority is not new: for the first time it was implemented by Peter the Great during juridical reform. What is an underlying task of reconstitution of a similar body today? What are its objectives and ways to reach them? And its achievements if any? We are talking about it with Oleg DORONIN, head of the Mari-El Republic Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee.

16 January 2013
Lieutenant General of Justice Vadim Yakovenko, head of Moscow Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee told about solving serious crimes in many-million capital city, reasons to develop booklets for school children and amount of loss caused by corruption in the interview to ITAR-TASS on the day the Investigative Committee marks its second anniversary
16 January 2013

Head of Saint-Petersburg Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee about work of two new divisions

Last year two new divisions were set up in Saint-Petersburg Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee, whose powers include investigating crimes committed by law enforcement agents. ANDREY LAVRENKO, Head of Saint-Petersburg Main Investigations Directorate of the Russia’s Investigative Committee told the KOMMERSANT correspondent DMITRY MARAKULIN about the first results of these divisions’ activity, fighting corruption and ethnic crimes.

16 January 2013

2012 was rich in corruption scandals. It was discovered that officials in the Ministry of Defense, Federal Outer Space Agency, communal and housing services, agriculture were stealing milliards in most impudent way. How did this become possible and is there a way to stop it? We talked about this with Vladimir Makarov Head of Department for Control over Corruption Crimes of the Russia’s Investigative Committee (SKR).

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