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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) — Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin recommended the United Russia Party “to put under public control” the work of the law enforcement agencies.
The prime minister recalled at a videoconference with the United Russia regional election staffs about the measures, which the state authorities are taking to improve the social position of law enforcers. “All of us expect an adequate response, that is to say a better work from the law enforcement agencies,” he noted. Therefore, Putin believes that United Russia should put under public control the situation in this sphere.
He called groundless the concerns of the law enforcers that their salary growth will be made up with the tax growth. The prime minister noted that insurance fees will be introduced starting from 2012, but “this will not embrace individuals, but will spread on enterprises.” “Juridical persons will have to make higher allocations for social needs,” he underlined.