The new head of the state traffic Inspectorate of Russia can become the head of the interior Ministry in the Khabarovsk region Michael Tchernikov. Writes about this TASS with reference to its sources.
“Instead dismissed the chief of traffic police Victor Nilov, the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia has proposed the candidacy of the head of Ministry of internal Affairs across Khabarovsk territory the General-the major Mikhail Chernikov. Now the candidacy is being approved,” — said the Agency interlocutor. He stressed that the head of the state traffic Inspectorate is appointed by decree of the President of Russia.
Now candidate Chernikova discussed in the Ministry of internal Affairs, the newspaper “Kommersant”. In 2006-2011, Chernikov worked as a chief of police in the Krasnoyarsk territory under the leadership of Alexander Gorovoy, who then headed the regional police Glaucus. Now horova takes the place of the Deputy interior Minister and oversees the state traffic Inspectorate.
On March 29, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the resignation of several officials, including the head of traffic police of Russia Victor Nilov. According to sources , these shifts are connected with the forthcoming reform of the Ministry. It is expected that the Agency will cease to exist as an independent unit and will be part of patrol service (PPS). While accurate data on the timing of the reforms is not, however, as previously reported by “Fontanka”, all innovations must be approved not earlier than in 2018.
For the first time about the resignation nil reported publications life.ru at the beginning of March. According to this, the new head of Russian state traffic Inspectorate was to become one of the leaders of the Ministry in the far Eastern Federal district. This information in the interior Ministry denied.
Viktor Nilov was born on 23 Mar 1955. In 1977 he graduated from Leningrad engineering-building Institute on a speciality “motor transport”. After graduation, Neal began working in the Leningrad Department of the traffic police.
In traffic police of the Northern capital Nilov worked for 30 years until 2007. He was then transferred to the Central apparatus of the interior Ministry in Moscow, where he worked in the Department of ensuring road safety.
In 2011, the reform of the Ministry of interior Department of security traffic was transformed into the Main Department of ensuring road traffic safety, and Neal headed a new body. In may 2012 he was awarded the title of Lieutenant General of police.