Poklonskaya told about the home of the dossier in the Crimean bandits

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Natalia Poklonskaya: Vladimir Fedorenko / RIA Novosti

State Duma Deputy and former Prosecutor of the Republic of Crimea Natalia Poklonskaya admitted that he still keeps at home the materials of the criminal cases instituted against organized crime groups (OCG) of the Crimea 1990-ies. On Tuesday, January 29, reports RIA Novosti.

“Since the gangster days when I was a state Prosecutor in the Crimean gangs “Boots”, “Salem”, “Laptev”, “Imdat”, “Yukhnenko”, I copied it all to yourself”, she said.

Poklonski noted that these materials proved useful to her, without explaining at the same time, what exactly. She also added that she has documents related to the Affairs of the times of the coup in Ukraine 2014.

In September 2018 in the state Duma abolished the Commission on control over the income of parliamentarians, headed by Poklonskaya, handing her the powers of the ethics Commission. In response, Poklonskaya said that he would try “to track the fate of all cases that were collected”.

11 March 2014, Poklonskaya took the office of the Prosecutor of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (17 March — the Republic of Crimea). In September 2016 it izbrisati to the state Duma in the Federal list of candidates of “United Russia”. In an interview given before leaving for work in Moscow, Poklonskaya not to leave his native region.

So, in 2017, she said that the main problem of the Crimea — the personnel issue at the municipal level. This opinion was expressed MP on the results of a series of techniques, carried out in the Republic. In the same year, obratilas Poklonskaya Prosecutor of Crimea with a request to check all criminal cases about medical errors, excited in the region and to assess the compliance with legislation when conducting the investigation authorities inspections. The reason was numerous complaints of the residents on medical assistance.

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