An enlarged meeting of the Anti-Corruption Commission was held in the Ministry of Construction of the Republic of Tatarstan

23 September 2021, Thursday

On September 23, 2021, an expanded meeting of the Commission under the Minister of Construction, Architecture,  Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan on combating corruption was held. Together with the members of the commission, the meeting was attended by the heads of subordinate organizations, representatives of law enforcement agencies, the public, and educational institutions. The meeting considered the results of the activities of the Ministry of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan on the prevention of corruption in the supervised industry for 2019-2020 and 8 months of the current year. Alexey Frolov, First Deputy Minister of Construction, Architecture, Housing and Communal Services of the Republic of Tatarstan, made a speech within the framework of the implementation of the state program "Implementation of the anti-corruption policy of the Republic of Tatarstan for 2015-2024" together with the main report on the implemented anti-corruption measures in the Ministry and its subordinate organizations in 2019-2021. The head of the legal department of the Ministry, Elvira Latypova, informed the participants about the state of work on the anti-corruption expertise of regulatory legal acts and draft regulatory legal acts in 2019-2021. In addition, during the meeting, the executive director of the Regional Center for Public Control in the Housing and Utilities Sector Dmitry Romanov and the chairman of the student commission for combating corruption, a 5th year student of the FSBEI HE KSUAE, Alexander Karpov, made a presentation. Based on the results of the meeting of the commission, decisions were made on the implementation of the measures proposed by the speakers aimed at improving activities to prevent corruption in the supervised industry.

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