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The Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Crimea

The key positions of the Prosecutor’s Office of Crimea are occupied by persons who before the occupation of Crimea worked in public office in the RF. In particular, three out of four vice- prosecutors from the RC have arrived from Russia(http://rkproc.ru/ru/management; https://archive.org/details/rchr_593; http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:; http://rkproc.ru/ru/management):

Andrey V. Fomin is the First Deputy Prosecutor of the RC since August 2014. Previously, Mr. Fomin was the Prosecutor of the Frunze district of Yaroslavl Region Prosecutor’s Office and Deputy Prosecutor of Yaroslavl region.

Sergey B. Chernevich is Deputy Prosecutor of the RC since March 2014. Previously Mr. Chernevich was Prosecutor of Alexandrovsky district of Tomsk region, Prosecutor of the city of Strezhevoy of Tomsk region, the Prosecutor of Kirov district of Tomsk, headed the Department for Supervision over the implementation of federal legislation of the Tomsk region Prosecutor’s Office, as well as the Directorate for Supervision over the implementation of federal legislation of the Tomsk region Prosecutor’s Office.

Vladimir V. Kuznetsov has been Deputy Prosecutor of the RC since March 2014. Before appointment to this position, he worked as Prosecutor of the Soviet district of the city of Tula, and then Prosecutor of Tula.

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