Kyrgyz Security Council entrusts State Service of Migration to install cameras

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Bishkek, Dec. 29, 2017 / Kabar/. The Security Council worked out a plan for State Service of Migration (SSM) for taking anti-corruption measures. During the meeting of the Security Council Working Group detailed plan of measures was considered to monitor the implementation of the state strategy of anti-corruption policy, Secretariat of the Security Council reported.

In the SSM department four corruption cases have been identified, related to the issuance of permits for foreign citizens and stateless persons for the right to work and carry out entrepreneurship in the territory of Kyrgyzstan. They were given residence permit and carry out private business activities illegally.

In order to ensure the transparency of the process of issuing work permits for foreign citizens and stateless persons, the SSM is recommended to develop and implement electronic possibility of submitting applications online. Online process will lead to less corruption in the department.

The working group instructed to install video surveillance cameras in the places of application. Experts noted the importance of strengthening control measures and responsibility for unreasonable refusal to accept documents, as well as illegally "delaying" the process of processing applications.

"It is especially important to suppress corruption risks and ensure transparency of the activities of the interdepartmental commission for issuing labor visas," Sergei Ponomarev stressed who is a member of the Working Group.

The members of the Working Group entrusted to reduce and optimize the list of required mandatory documents from applicants when issuing work permits and residence permits. In addition, it is recommended to create an electronic possibility of filing applications online with foreign citizens for the issuance of a residence permit.

Following the meeting, the Security Council Working Group approved a plan of measures to fight against corruption cases in the State Migration Service.

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