The Corruption Control Service of the State Committee for National Security has resumed 41 previously suspended criminal cases. The representative of the service told at the meeting of Ata Meken parliamentary faction.
The faction hears a report of law enforcement and security agencies on measures to combat corruption, considered by the President Sooronbay Jeenbekov at the Security Council meeting on February 8.
The Corruption Control Service conducted an inventory of previously suspended investigations on economic crimes.
The service sent the results of the inventory to the Prosecutor General’s Office. In April, the Corruption Control Service opened 67 criminal cases.