Posted 21 мая 2020,, 09:48
Published 21 мая 2020,, 09:48
Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37
Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37
The police representative demanded that the complaints be stopped, otherwise special services will be connected to the case.
Complaints are fakes, and requests for help are extremism. Perhaps this is the way law enforcement agencies today regard disturbing messages from doctors coming from the regions. A recent example is the posting on the Internet of a video message from ambulance officers in the city of Abinsk, Krasnodar Territory. On the video, doctors talk about non-payment of incentive allowances to them during a pandemic. After the video was made public, the doctors received not the promised payments, but an invitation to talk with the police about the inadmissibility of extremist activity. Now, initiative law enforcement officers are waiting for a check - from the prosecutor's office.
The prosecutor's office of the Krasnodar Territory understands why the police chose this topic of conversation with doctors, and were not interested, for example, in the subject of their appeal.
- The police, at the suggestion of colleagues from another department, decided to call one of the doctors, even a written warning was issued about the inadmissibility of violation of extremism legislation. Of course, in the current environment this is not necessary. Now we understand, perhaps the signal of colleagues was incorrectly received. The prosecutor’s office also interviewed doctors, but it was precisely in connection with their complaints about not receiving additional payments in order to protect their rights, and, of course, they didn’t give any warnings, RIA Novosti reports from the supervisory authority.
Recall that on May 19, the Investigative Committee first announced the initiation of a criminal case involving non-payment of compensation to doctors working with coronavirus patients. This happened in another city of the Krasnodar Territory - Armavir.
Earlier, in the city of Kineshma, Ivanovo Region, ambulance paramedics also published a video in which they announced a lack of personal protective equipment. On the record, doctors asked residents of the region to help raise money for masks, respirators and protective equipment, writes The Insider. Law enforcement officers also became interested in the video, and again the questions they raised were not the topic of the appeal, but "the dissemination of false information"
At the same time, the head of the Department of Health of the Ivanovo Region, Arthur Fokin, stated that "in the case of protective medical suits there is no shortage, but there is also no stock, we work "from wheels".