Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika and Investigative Committee Chairman Alexander Bastrykin appealed to President Vladimir Putin with a request to allocate funds to provide their employees with housing, said Friday the newspaper “Kommersant”.
“The signatures of Yuri Chaika and Alexander Bastrykin on the President of Russia Vladimir Putin received a request for “improving the security of prosecutors and investigators residential premises”, — writes the edition.
According to the letter, on December 1, 2016 in the Prosecutor’s office for apartments expect of 3.69 thousand people. To provide them with housing oversight Agency must be almost 19 billion rubles, reads the additional letter of the Prosecutor General,
The Investigative Committee was 3.8 thousand people on the waiting list for apartments, but the Agency asked for 7.6 billion rubles. According to “Kommersant”, the TFR in the calculations focus not on the family of three, and only one employee.
As explained by the publication in both departments, from the budget under the Federal target program “Dwelling” for 2015-2020, they have funds that are purchased only service the apartments, which when leaving the Prosecutor’s office or the UK employees are required to pass.
“Chayka and Bastrykin and came out with an initiative to introduce changes that would give their subordinates the right to receive “social security payments” for the purchase of apartments or building houses at the expense of the allocated budget funds”, — stated in the newspaper.