Moscow Police Chief and Stopping Corruption – Can he do it?

In a press interview with Moscow police chief Vladimir Kolokoltsev. The police chief pledged to increase transparency in the Russian police force in a bid to crack down on rampant corruption. He said, “We are not going to conceal anything,” He also added that members of the general public can report corruption cases at the official police telephone number, by dialing 02. The police chief also said that official starting salary of a Moscow police officer will be increased to 60,000 rubles ($1,950) a month by the year 2012, as low incomes are cited by the press and government as one of biggest causes of bribe taking…

My question is what about the rest of Russia? This is a first step but the problem is all over Russia…

But yes it is getting better, contrary to all non believers… 🙂

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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