Prosecutor General's Office to submit annual report on corruption
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GORKI, March 13 - RAPSI. President Dmitry Medvedev ordered the Prosecutor General's Office to annually report on combating corruption, said Presidential Administration head Sergei Ivanov.
The Prosecutor General's Office must pay special attention to corruption issues in the preparation of its annual report on law and order in Russia for the parliament and the president, Medvedev said during the anti-corruption council meeting.