Putin has supplemented the law establishing the registry corrupt officials

Putin has supplemented the law establishing the registry corrupt officials

President Vladimir Putin signed a law that amends the law on officials-corrupt officials. A message posted on the official portal of legal information.

Changes include the replacement of electronic media with information about the officials who had been dismissed from the civil service for corruption, the state information system (GIS). The procedure for the use of such an information system will be installed by the government.

In addition, the system, which is used by state personnel service may be both Federal and developed in certain regions. For regional GIS must work with Federal.

A bill to create a registry corrupt officials was submitted to the Duma by the government in the summer of 2016. The vote on the bill, which the state Duma approved in the third reading in early June, was first scheduled for June 14. But the head of the Federation Council Committee on constitutional legislation Andrey Klishas has criticized the document because the government has not prescribed the procedure for delisting. Modified amended law was signed by Putin on 1 July.

We are talking about corruption, insufficient for a criminal case.

In the explanatory note to the document stated that information about such violations in the workbook is not fixed, and therefore you must create the registry “erring” officials that they were not able to apply for civil service.

To exclude from this list the name of the civil servant can only be made after five years.

Before the deadline — only if was repealed by the act under which this registry officials have made (including on the basis of a court decision), and in connection with his death. The list will be closed for General use but will be available to employees of personnel services of government agencies.

The registry will make the fired senior government officials, prosecutors, employees of the UK, of the internal Affairs bodies, customs, fire service, military, civil and municipal servants, employees of the Central Bank, state corporations, as well as former employees of the Pension Fund, social insurance Fund and mandatory health insurance Fund.