MOSCOW, November 3. LDPR Deputy Dmitry Nosov submitted to the state Duma a bill which proposes to ban to serve in the Ministry of internal Affairs to the citizens who have a residence permit in a foreign country. The document is available in the electronic database of the lower house of Parliament.
Under the initiative, citizens of the Russian Federation cannot “be on service in internal Affairs bodies in case of obtaining (availability) of a residence permit or other document confirming the right of permanent residence in a foreign country”.
It is also proposed to provide for the possibility of temporary restriction of the rights of the citizen of the Russian Federation on departure in case, “if he is an employee of internal Affairs bodies of the Russian Federation, a local civil servant (works) in bodies of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in individual positions as determined by the Minister of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation”. The relevant amendments proposed to the laws “On the procedure for exit from the Russian Federation and entry into the Russian Federation” and “About service in bodies of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation”.
As underlined in the explanatory note, the draft law “designed to improve measures to prevent corruption, increase the accountability of employees, Federal state civil servants and employees of bodies of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, as well as your own safety of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation”.