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A former Penza honey student recompensed for declining to labor for the government.

The Penza Ministry of Health forced a former student of the Medical Institute to pay for her refusal to work for the state.

The graduate of the institute did not want to continue working in the district hospital, where she was forced to work for five years after graduation. Between the girl, then still a candidate, and the Ministry of Health in Penza, an agreement was reached on targeted training, according to which the ministry paid the student a monthly scholarship of 500 rubles, and in return she s pledged to work for the state for five years.

Upon completion of training, the graduate honestly worked in the district hospital for a year as a general practitioner. But then she decided to terminate the employment contract.

Here, the Penza Ministry of Health was already outraged, which for six years paid for the student’s education.

According to the agreement reached, in case of early dismissal, the girl is obliged to pay a fine in the amount of 105,000 rubles.

Initially, the girl did not take seriously the words of the representatives of the ministry, and then the department filed a lawsuit.

Here the girl did not prolong the trial and simply paid the fine provided for in the contract.

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