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Tax Officers Have Recognised Themselves the Worst Inspectors
The Russian Federal Tax Service (FNS) is in the lead in the number of invalid inspections among all state controllers, and almost every 100th FNS inspection is later recognised invalid. Head of the FNS Control Department Olga Semenova made such a disappointing conclusion in her report (the newspaper's editorial office has a copy). According to the tax authority, 0.85 percent of all FNS inspections were recognised invalid in 2011.
Investigation Of Terror Act Plot In Red Square Completed
Resident of Dagestan Zeinap Suyunova is charged under four articles of the RF Criminal Code.
The Russian Investigation Committee (SK) has completed the investigation of the criminal case against Dagestani woman Zeinap Suyunova who is accused of preparing a terror act in Red Square in Moscow on the 2010 New Year's Eve.
According to an investigation version, in the period from October to December 2010, leader of the Gubden bandit group Ibragimkhalil Daudov formed in Dagestan a gang for the organisation of explosions near the Kremlin walls.
Suyunova was to perpetrate the terror act. On December 28, she arrived in Moscow. The bombs had been brought to the RF capital in advance by other accomplices. Suyunova was also involved in their making.
At about 20:00, Suyunova and another member of the gang – Zavzhat Daudova, were to take a taxi to arrive in the centre of Moscow and set off the bombs on them.
However, the terror act failed - the bomb exploded in the hotel room. Daudova was killed in the explosion, and Suyunova was wounded, the SK reported on its website.