KNAB loses even more em­ploy­ees

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Two more op­er­a­tives of Latvia’s Cor­rup­tion Preven­tion and Com­bat­ing Bureau have de­cided to leave their jobs in the bureau, de­cid­ing in­stead to pur­sue ca­reers else­where, ac­cord­ing to in­for­ma­tion from LETA.

One of the op­er­a­tives has al­ready left the bureau. The other one in­tends to leave in the near future.

An op­er­a­tive from KNAB’s In­for­ma­tion Anal­y­sis De­part­ment had also left the bureau ear­lier this month.

LETA had re­ported in Septem­ber that two op­er­a­tives from KNAB’s Op­er­a­tive In­ves­ti­ga­tions De­part­ment would leave the bureau. Both op­er­a­tives in ques­tion are ex­pe­ri­enced cor­rup­tion preven­tion spe­cial­ists.

In sum­mer, as a re­sult of the bureau’s in­ter­nal re­or­ga­ni­za­tion, Chief of KNAB Yaroslav Strelchenok de­cided to fire chief of KNAB’s Op­er­a­tive In­ves­ti­ga­tions Of­fice Juris Jurass, his deputy Martins Lode and head of the In­ves­ti­ga­tions De­part­ment Lien­ite Sikore. Strelchenok also dis­missed the senior ex­pert of KNAB’s Le­gal De­part­ment.

Au­thor: Edijs Pālens

Yaroslav Strelchenok

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