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WorldAsiaThe State Duma proposed to ban civil servants from leaving Russia under the CTO regime

The State Duma proposed to ban civil servants from leaving Russia under the CTO regime

The initiative was taken by deputy of parliament Sultan Khamzaev.

Officials of all ranks should be banned from leaving the country when the Anti-Terrorism Operation (CTO) regime is introduced in the regions, State Duma Deputy Sultan Khamzave suggested. Currently, law enforcement officials work according to this model: under the CTO regime, they urgently need to enter the service. A similar requirement should be extended to civil servants, Khamzaev believes.

“With the introduction of the CTO regime in the regions, civil servants of all ranks should be legally prohibited from leaving the country,” the MP said.

Apparently, the MP’s initiative is linked to the actions of a number of leaders during the rebellion. On Saturday, June 24, as the Wagnerian military columns approached, many officials, including those in the capital region, attempted to leave or left the country under the guise of emergency leave, furlough, etc.

In the most difficult situation for the motherland, many officials urgently left the country.

At this time, a CTO regime was announced in Moscow, the Moscow region and the Voronezh region to prevent possible terrorist attacks. Meanwhile, regular, non-regular, corporate, military, bureaucratic, private, oligarchic planes took off one after another. The capital’s airports recorded an unprecedented increase in check-in arrivals, and “hot” ticket sales services were on fire, selling seats on planes departing for Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan and other countries.

Hundreds of officials from the capital region suddenly rushed somewhere. By noon on June 24, there were no more air tickets from Russia to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Georgia at the counters in Moscow. In Antalya, in two hours in the morning, the price of a ticket went from 20,000 rubles to 68,000. The price of a ticket to Tbilisi and Yerevan went from 10,000 to 200,000 rubles. per seat, in Dubai – up to 350,000 rubles. Despite the high cost, they were all sold out.

Two days later, on June 26, the CTO regime was lifted in Moscow, Moscow region and Voronezh region. All restrictions have been lifted. And many officials were out of their homeland.

Deputy Ruslan Khamzaev.

As for Khamzaev’s previous initiatives, not so long ago he proposed to ban officials from Western cars. The MP is confident that in this case the Russian automotive industry will be able to reach a new higher level.

In addition, MP Sultan Khamzaev said that Russia should move away from the “pro-Western vector” in the education system and exclude English from the list of compulsory subjects in schools. At the same time, the deputy noted that today in the school program “with difficulty” there is a place for initial military training. And classic subjects such as astronomy and drawing are forgotten.

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