The Anti-Corruption Committee proposed to return the article on sabotage

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The Anti-Corruption Committee proposed to return the article on sabotage
The Anti-Corruption Committee proposed to return the article on sabotage
8 July, 13:08SocietyPhoto: 1MI
Andrei Klishas, head of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation, said that the National Anti-Corruption Committee proposed to return the article on sabotage to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

The address of the chairman of the NAC, Kirill Kabanov, says that now in Russian legislation "there is no concept of harm and material damage that is difficult to determine" in relation to national and economic security. That is, officials who are responsible “for the dishonest performance of their duties, which led to a decrease in the country's defense capability, a negative impact on domestic industrial and financial markets, disruption of the state order, etc. etc., cannot be held liable in the absence of direct material damage.” Thus, difficulties for determining responsibility arise when theft is not committed, as well as abuse, but at the same time the managerial position causes significant harm. The NAC proposed to consider the possibility of re-introducing the composition “wrecking” into the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

Klishas, in turn, once again explained that it is precisely the incompetence of officials that leads to threats to the country - it should become the basis for bringing these persons to criminal responsibility.

“When you look at the “successes” of our departments in import substitution and other areas, I would very much like to return the article on sabotage to the Criminal Code, this is true,” the senator stated.

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