MOSCOW STILL LACKS THE MEANS TO FIGHT CRIME.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 32
Speaking on the first anniversary of the adoption of Yeltsin’s anti-crime law, deputy interior minister Mikhail Yegorov said that his men lacked the laws and resources to fight crime in Russian society, Moscow radio reported June 13. He and his men are fighting corruption in their own ranks, and recognize that they need to protect both witnesses and officials in the justice system from attacks by criminals if the interior ministry is to make a dent in crime.
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