Source Pravda.Ru

Legitimacy of South Russian agricultural enterprises' bankruptcy to be checked

Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to ask the Russian General Prosecutor's Office to conduct a thorough check of the bankruptcy of agricultural enterprises in South Russia.

"Bankruptcy is the tool of recovery, not of property redistribution, it is not meant for swindlers, who use laws to leave people working on the land without means of subsistence," the President said at a session with the government members.

"I will turn to the General Prosecutor's Office, the Interior Ministry and the Chief Control Department with a request to conduct a thorough check," the Russian leader announced.

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