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Head of Almaty financial police dismissed for subordinate's bribery

23 february 2012, 17:33
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Head of Almaty department on countering economic and corruption crimes Maksat Duissenov. Photo courtesy of finpol.kz
Head of Almaty department on countering economic and corruption crimes Maksat Duissenov. Photo courtesy of finpol.kz
Head of Almaty department for countering economic and corruption crimes (financial police) Maksat Duissenov was dismissed after his subordinate was apprehended with a $30,000 bribe, Interfax-Kazakhstan reports citing head of Kazakhstan financial police Rashid Tusupbekov.

“On February 17 I decided to dismiss head of Almaty department on countering economic and corruption crimes. His subordinate, senior inspector on major cases Mr. Khassanov, was apprehended by the Agency’s Department of Internal Security red-handed when taking a bribe of $30,000 from an entrepreneur,” Tusupbekov said in the interview to Kazakhstanskaya Pravda magazine published on Thursday.

According to him, this should serve well to warn all heads of divisions, both in headquarters and local offices that such practices will be continued.

“I.e. should the subordinates be brought to liability for corruption crimes, their managers will be automatically dismissed,” Tusupbekov explained.

Head of financial police also noted that it is necessary to solve all the existing problems in the system to prevent the bribery.

“First of all, we need to break the connection between our employees and the business. This requires to set clear regulatory boundaries and limits on involvement of financial police in economic life, as well as establish a strict control over legality of our employees’ actions both by the authority and the society,” Tusupbekov said.

He also stated that revised regulations on attestation of personnel are currently being developed.

“I think this way we will get rid of back-alley and illiterate people. We will replace them with decent and professional experts able to efficiently perform the tasks on combating corruption and ensuring economic security of the country,” he said.

Almaty with the population of 1.5 million people is the biggest city of Kazakhstan.

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