The Communists want to ban family members of officials to do business

The Communists want to ban family members of officials to do business


According to the draft law, presented by a member of the Communist party Vadim Solovyov, a citizen may not be in the civil service in the case of a “close relationship or property with a person engaged in business activity”.

MOSCOW, 12 Jan. The Deputy from the CPRF Vadim Soloviev proposed to the state Duma a bill that bans spouses and children, parents, brothers, and sisters of high-ranking officials to engage in entrepreneurial activities, should be from the bills of the lower house.

This is the second similar bill, which was introduced in the state Duma on Tuesday. Earlier with the initiative to ban spouses and adult children of high-ranking officials to engage in entrepreneurial activities were made by the deputies from the LDPR faction.

Soloviev proposes to amend the law “On state civil service in the Russian Federation”.

Under the bill, a citizen can’t be on civil service in the case of a “close relationship or property (parents, spouses, children, brothers, sisters, and brothers, sisters, parents, children of spouses and spouses of children) with a person engaged in entrepreneurial activities, if the main is replaced or the highest civil service positions and if the position of civil service related to the direct ownership or podnadzornoy such business activities”.

As the Deputy notes in the explanatory note, the law “On state civil service in the Russian Federation” contains a number of measures aimed at preventing conflicts of interest. These measures, according to Solovyov, are effective, but not complete. In this regard, the MP proposes to amend the legislation.

Soloviev was previously explained that he began work on the bill, analyzing the situation with the business of the sons of the Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.

The Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) opposition leader Alexei Navalny, sentenced conditionally for theft and fraud, has previously placed an article that a number of high-ranking employees of the Prosecutor General accused of illegal business the two sons of the Prosecutor General, Artem and Igor, and they are in abuse relationships father in their own interests.

Chaika said that the information presented are obviously false in nature and have no soil. According to him, customers of this material are William Browder and its intelligence agencies.