St. Petersburg Legislative Assembly MP Maxim Reznik is suspected of drug trafficking, according to the RF IC's Main Investigations Department for the city.
According to the survey, & nbsp; Reznik acquired for personal consumption no less than 18 grams of cannabis from an unidentified person while in the territory of St. Petersburg. It is specified, & nbsp; this happened on or before March 9th.
On June 17, the house of Reznik & nbsp; and his relatives were searched, then & nbsp; the deputy was taken for questioning to the inquiry committee, writes TASS.
I can bring charges against him under part 1 of article 228 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“ Illegal acquisition, storage, transport, manufacture, processing of narcotics without a sales goal ''). Under this article, the politician faces up to three years in prison.
Reznik is a non-partisan MP for the Sixth Convocation of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg.
At the end of May & nbsp; law enforcement officers arrested European junior cross-country champion Ilgizar Safiullina in Moscow on suspicion of drug trafficking. During the search of the house, the suspect found almost half a kilogram of prohibited substances. & Nbsp;
In France, the prosecution demanded that the country's ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy be sentenced to six months in prison. They also want to cash him a fine of 3,750 euros. This was reported by the BFMTV television channel.
Sakrozi himself has pleaded not guilty in the hearings, he denies the fact of overspending during the 2012 election campaign.
Court hearings in this case started again in March, but hearings were postponed due to the illness of one of the accused's defense attorneys. According to the prosecution, Sarkozy's campaign headquarters in 2012 used fake accounts to hide overspending.
This is not the first trial against Sarkozy in France. So, in March, a Paris court found the politician guilty of bribery and influence peddling and sentenced him to three years in prison, including two & mdash; conditionally.
On June 18, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a video conference with graduates of the fourth component of the staff management reserve development program of the Higher School of Public Administration of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation (RANEPA) .
This week in the 'Senezh & # 39; & # 39; management workshop 'Russia' presidential platform land of opportunity ' successfully completes the last educational module of the program.
“ I have no doubt that your dedication and skills will certainly be in demand, and everyone in the future will be able to prove themselves with dignity, like your colleagues from previous tracks. What I consider important to note: Graduate School of Public Administration & mdash; this is indeed the pinnacle of the entire management training system, and in this system, which we will certainly continue to develop, all the links are meaningful. They should work as a whole and, what is very important, they should not work on sponsorship, not on connections, but on transparent principles, based on objective criteria to assess the potential of each. So that anyone looking to benefit the country, to reach new professional heights, can do so through mentoring programs, contests and other open and accessible formats', '' mdash; Putin said.
As pointed out by the Chairman of the Expert Council of the All-Russian Managerial Competition “ Leaders of Russia '', an expert from the “ School of Governors '' ; & # 39; Pavel Bezruchko, & nbsp; 'School of Governors' and the program that the President spoke of is a pinnacle in that it is attended by people who have achieved peak results in such competitions and who are successfully progressing in their managerial careers in outside of competitions. This is a program for high level leaders that helps them run cities and provinces. This is the pinnacle of the great work that is being done in the state to identify managerial talents and their development.
The head of state added that a a number of graduates of the program, upon completion of their studies, have been appointed to various government positions. Thus, among the graduates of & mdash; 39 governors, 5 federal ministers, vice-presidents of the Federation Council and State Duma, 32 federal deputy ministers, mayors of over a million cities.
The RANEPA High School of Public Administration Staff Management Reserve Development Program was launched in 2017 and is implemented in partnership with Sberbank Corporate University, Moscow School of Management Skolkovo and Graduate School of Economics.
An emergency regime was put in place in Kerch on June 17 due to heavy rains and flooding. It rained all night in Kerch, nearly two monthly rainfall rates (82 millimeters) fell. Over 200 houses were flooded in Kerch due to heavy rains and overflow from the banks of the Melek-Chesm river, the hospital and town center were deprived of electricity and supply in water was partially insufficient. More than 100 transformer stations were urgently shut down in Crimea due to power line breaks and damage, flooding of electrical installations, the Crimean power industry shifted to a special operating mode. To eliminate the consequences of the rainstorm and to help the inhabitants of the flooded houses of Kerch, employees of EMERCOM were sent, the riot police and the national guard.
Terrain Flooding due to torrential rains in southern Russia
The heavy downpours which flooded the southern regions of Russia are an exclusively natural phenomenon. In an interview with RIA Novosti, the scientific director of the Roman Vilfand Hydrometeorological Center said this. & Nbsp;
The interlocutor of the agency recalled that the precipitation led to flooding in Kerch, the Rostov region and the Krasnodar Territory. & Nbsp;
“ This is a very deep cyclone opposing the high pressure north of European Russia. We can not yet relate it to climate change ',' & ndash; noted the specialist. & nbsp;
According to him, statistically significant events can be associated with the climate, and not with specific events. & nbsp; According to forecasters, in the next decades in Crimea it will be more arid, but sometimes there will be very intense rains … It is specified that the intense precipitation in the south of the country will stop on June 19. & nbsp;
Meanwhile, the leader of Crimea Sergei Aksenov announced the introduction of a regional emergency regime after heavy rains in east the peninsula. According to the regional hydrometeorological center and the Ministry of Emergency Situations, in Kerch and surrounding areas the monthly rainfall rate and a half has dropped. It was reported that heavy rains resulted in the flooding of around 236 private buildings and apartments, the hospital and the city center were deprived of electricity at the aftermath of the disaster. damaged the roofs of nearly 500 homes in the Kuban. & nbsp;
A middle school student from the Sverdlovsk region, who was underestimated for his degree due to his appearance, received 'excellent'. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the regional ministry of education and youth policy.
Earlier a video appeared on social media which was filmed in college during the thesis defense. The faculty said the student had good protection, but his appearance and colored hair “ ruined everything. & # 39; & # 39; The young man got a four. After the incident was made public, a check-up began in the college.
The ministry announced the results of the check. It turned out that during the defense, the opinion of the members of the commission was divided. Half of them thought the student was defending his degree as' excellent ', the rest said he deserved it' 'Good'. However, as the department recalled, in such a situation, & nbsp; the decision must always be taken in favor of the candidate.
“ Thus, the decision of the commission was found to be incorrect and revised '', & ndash; said the agency contact.
The number of crashes involving electric scooters, single-wheelers and similar personal mobility devices (SIM) has almost tripled since the start of the year. This data from the Ministry of the Interior, in a conversation with RT, was commented on by the vice-president of the National Motorists Union Jan Heitseer.
According to the expert, citizens who use electric scooters “ feel like pedestrians moving at high speed. '' “ They don't obey any rules, they don't follow any logic, '' & mdash; added & nbsp; Heitseer.
He noted that in this situation only the introduction of fines and other sanctions against users of electrical equipment will be helpful.
Heitseer recommended referring to the experience of foreign countries where there are restrictions on the capacity and speed of the SIM card, and also suggested introducing the right to drive them.
“If a scooter is over 250 watts it is pretty much the same as a motorcycle and presents the same danger to pedestrians and cars”, & mdash; Heitseer said.
The expert also noted the need to introduce & nbsp; responsibility & nbsp; for the use of drunk electrical equipment.
Previously, the Ministry of Interior of the Russian Federation released statistics on accidents involving personal mobility equipment. & nbsp; Compared to the same period of 2020, the increase in the number of such accidents amounts to almost 195%.
Recall that roller skates, scooters, electric scooters, skateboards, electric skateboards, gyroscopic scooters, segways, electric unicycles and other similar means of transport belong to SIM. The legal status of the means of individual mobility in the Russian Federation has not yet been determined.
In early June, the mayor of Kislovodsk, Alexander Kurbatov, underwent surgery after being seriously injured after falling from an electric scooter.
Before that, in St. Petersburg, a criminal case was initiated against a girl who, while traveling on an electric scooter, hit a child and fled.
For 3 days, from May 31 to June 2, 617 students and 64 young specialists fought for the grand prizes of the CASE-IN International Engineering Championship – representatives of the biggest industry companies from 40 regions of Russia and Belarus. It was the final, preceded by qualifying rounds and semi-finals.
Season 9 was played in 4 leagues: high school, student, young professionals and special leagues.
Become a pro
The CASE-IN championship has been held since 2013 and since 2019 it is included in the platform “ Russia & ndash; a country of & # 39; opportunity & # 39 ;, created at the initiative of President Vladimir Putin.
“ This year, 5.5 thousand students, 350 young specialists, more than 700 schoolchildren took part in the project. Someone will come home with some well-deserved and long-awaited awards, someone, maybe, missed a few points, but I'm sure absolutely everyone in this championship is become winners & ndash; at least won another victory over themselves. They got stronger, better, made new friends and new ideas for future development & # 39; & # 39 ;, & ndash; said, addressing the finalists of CASE-IN-2021, the CEO of ANO “ Russia '' said land of opportunity ' Alexei Komissarov.
Now, this platform brings together 26 projects, including the Leaders of Russia competition for managers, the Student Olympiad I & ndash ;. 'Professional' 'contest, the' Your move 'competition, the' Professional internship 2.0 'project, the All-Russian competition' Big change ' and many more.
“ The platform offers a wide range of opportunities for self-actualization, helps define a profession, complete an internship or find a first job, get a mentor or new knowledge, & ndash; told the general manager of ANO “ Russia & ndash; land of opportunity ' Alexei Komissarov. & ndash; And the CASE-IN championship included in it gives young people from different regions of Russia the opportunity to develop themselves, to solve real production problems, to engage in scientific and technical creativity and to receive engineering training. & nbsp;
As part of the championship, the participants in the competition solve real engineering problems in the field of fuel and energy complexes and mineral resources. And so, from a school or student bench, as well as from the first steps in production, they can gain experience that will become a weight line in a CV and count in the future professional activities. The current 9th season was dedicated to sustainable development.
The founder of the championship and co-chairman of the organizing committee Artyom Korolev notes that over the years since the start of the project, the level of participants has increased significantly. And among the current finalist students, 134 people (about a third) are participating in CASE-IN not for the first time. They say real business case studies on topical issues help to delve into a future profession and even prepare essays based on those cases.
“ In addition, during the competition, the guys develop their professional skills & ndash; teamwork, presentation design, project protection, & ndash; Korolev said. & ndash; The example of several thousand participants in the project proves that the championship & ndash; It's a ticket to the future, allowing you to climb the career ladder, find a dream job and become a true professional. & # 39;
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Responsible for the direction of corporate culture and social relations of JSC “ NIPIGAZ & # 39; & # 39; Sofia Semenova noted: “ Employer participation in the CASE-IN championship & ndash; it is undoubtedly a contribution to a practice-oriented approach to higher education, which is very valuable for NIPIGAZ. We see Strategic Partnerships as an opportunity to increase interest in the engineering profession: make students discover the specifics of the activity and immerse them in real business cases. The launch of the Project Engineering department within the framework of the Student League was successful. In total, more than a hundred teams participated in the resolution of the case on the topic “Digital technologies in design and construction activities”. With experts, we noted that the quality of decisions for the final has significantly increased compared to the qualifying stages, that is, the cases really help promising young people to develop professional skills and throw solid foundations for building a successful career. & # 39; & # 39;
In this sense, it is curious how the fate of participants in the championships of previous years developed. Aif.ru contacted several of them and learned their stories.
Reason for moving forward
Sophomore from St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University named after Lenin Anton Akimkin at 20 years. He participated in CASE-IN last year because it was interesting to do an internship at Rosatom, and the competition gave him such an opportunity. Anton came to the competition with his classmates.
“ Took part in the direction of 'Digital Atom', & ndash; said the guy. & ndash; The team was tasked with creating a program that would show production crashes. The guys and I have come up with a system that determines when the machine needs to be repaired and sends messages about malfunctions. They also developed a cool browser interface. & # 39; & # 39;
The desire that drew the young man to the championship came true: participation in an engineering competition allowed him to do an internship at Rosatom. And after that he even got a permanent job in the company and now combines it with his studies.
“ In addition to the job, the championship taught me to work as a team, & ndash; said Antoine. & ndash; I figured out how to deal with cases, looking at different issues from all sides. And of course, I am very happy that, while still being a student, I am already working. It gives me confidence and a reason to be proud of myself. I won't stop there. Victory & ndash; this is a reason to move on. ''
Head of HR department at JSC Greenatom; Natalia Pichugina said, “CASE-IN is a 'bridge' between promising students and large companies, so it is of particular importance to all parties. Rosatom She is competing in the championship for the third year, and this season we have seen some interesting solutions: chatbots, websites and even video game offers. Some projects after review may qualify for further implementation. “
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Yulia Pitko in 2012, while still a schoolgirl, she participated in the Interregional Summer Pedagogical Forum “ Youth Energy '' and realized that the electrical industry & ndash; it is very interesting. Therefore, I entered the energy group and the “ School & ndash; university & ndash; business' at the Lyceum for Gifted Children at the North Caucasus Federal University in Stavropol.
“ Introductory courses given to us, participation in the Engineering Solutions competition, as well as my first and most unforgettable 'Youth Energy'; They got me so caught up in the world of electric power that it determined my whole future destiny ',' 'and ndash; she says.
Julia participated in CASE-IN for the first time by becoming a student at Tomsk National Polytechnic Research University. And the 3rd year (2017) within the “ People in Helmets '' team took 3rd place in the qualifying phase. In 2018, his team reached the championship final.
In the judiciary, Yulia studied simultaneously in 2 directions and carried out in parallel an internship at the branch of SO UES JSC. ODE from Siberia.
“ By participating in competitions and projects, I not only gained knowledge and skills, but also professional knowledge which brought me here, which I am very happy about '' # 39 ;, & ndash; said the girl.
Last year Yulia became the championship silver medalist. His team had a difficult case: in 10 days they had to figure out how to modernize Russia's unified energy system. The guys decided to synchronize the work of the energy systems of Siberia and the Far East and prepared a project for this, and also came up with solutions for the development of the energy interconnection between Russia and Kazakhstan and the Trans-Caucasus.
“ We thought about integrating the Norilsk-Taimyr Energy Center into the Russian ESU and even came up with a plan on how to do it, & ndash; she says. & ndash; The head during the competition was overloaded with analyzes and calculations. Additionally, before proceeding with the solution, we analyzed thematic information, a stack of documents, and went through all the latest energy related news. It's great that our work and ideas were so appreciated. & # 39; & # 39;
As a multiple participant in CASE-IN, Yulia Pitko is included in the Championship Hall of Fame along with other participants, experts and organizers who have made significant contributions to its development.
Yulia is now working as a specialist in the SO UES branch; & ndash; Regional Distribution Office of the Electricity System of the Krasnoyarsk Territory and the Republic of Tyva and believes that participation in the Engineering Championship helped her find a job. During the interview she was quickly recognized and immediately offered to join the team.
The System Operator has been a strategic partner of the CASE-IN Championship since 2015. We support the most massive leadership in the “ Electricity '' industry. since appearing in the Student League and giving team members the opportunity to get involved in solving the most pressing issues in the electric power industry. It is pleasing to note that young specialists and undergraduates studying in the Society's programs consistently demonstrate a high level of professional training and win '' awards, '' and ndash; tagged Bayrta Perveeva, HR Director of SO UES JSC.
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Remote working skills
At 29 years old Ivan Shiryaev heads the planning and control department of the largest chemical oil and gas company in Russia SIBUR & ndash; Neftekhim & # 39; & # 39 ;. His colleagues suggested that he take part in last year's championship.
Ivan and his team were solving a case related to the development of an energy cluster in the Far East. And the young professionals presented a double solution to the members of the jury.
“ The result is a multi-level project, & ndash; recalls Ivan. & ndash; We proposed to build a cleaning plant and 'useful' & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; use of CO₂ in a cogeneration plant (CHP) in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The second part of our solution is & ndash; build a large greenhouse complex for growing vegetables next to the CHPP boiler room. This is where the carbon dioxide should go. ''
According to him, participation in the championship has helped develop a topical professional skill for the last pandemic year: the ability to work as a team in a remote format. The stages of the competition were happening remotely, so the team had to call every day, 'meet' ' by conference call and discussing ideas.
“It was a challenge, but we did a great job! “& Ndash; summarizes Shiryaev. & nbsp;
“ One of the main goals of the championship & ndash; creation of case studies that will be scaled up and applied in the industry. Our company is looking forward to the development of this way of implementing global projects. Work on the project, coupled with the support of universities, partners and organizers & ndash; it's a real road to the future for guys who are ready to achieve meaningful results today, '' & ndash; declares & nbsp; the head of the Sustainable Development function SIBUR Maxim Remchukov.
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How difficult it is to protect a project
Mikhail Golovchak , 34, resident of Mirny, works in the logistics department of Alrosa. Like Ivan, he learned about the Engineering Championship from his colleagues. And he went to the competition with a team of three & ndash; all employees of the company.
Young specialists from Yakutia had to deal with the case of the formation of modern business ecosystems.
“ First of all, we found out what a business ecosystem is and how it works, & ndash; Michael shares. & ndash; Then they started to think about an ecosystem development strategy through our Alrosa. We decided that for this companies had to create a common fund and attract the state. & # 39; & # 39; & Nbsp;
He finds the experience of participating in the Engineering Championship very useful. It was interesting to delve into an unfamiliar area related to business development.
“Gaining new knowledge is always valuable, & ndash; adds Michel. & ndash; And I also felt again how difficult it is to defend a project in front of experts. I was a little worried, but understood that it is important for the development of professional qualities. ''
Chief geologist of AK ALROSA (PJSC) Konstantin Garanin believes: “ The Championship provides an opportunity for communication between young people and established professionals in the industry, which is unique in itself. AK ALROSA (PAO) is a partner of the championship for the third year. We see the project as a platform to see talented young people and their subsequent invitation into the company. This direction is very relevant to us. & Raquo ;.
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Ahead & ndash; Fall Cup
In the finalized Season 9 finale, the most massive direction was “ Electricity '' & ndash; students from 34 universities in Russia and Belarus, as well as teams of young specialists, took part in the competition. In addition, competitions have been held in the fields of petrochemicals, construction and design, geology and mineral exploration, mining, metallurgy and metallurgy, and mineral exploration. 39; digital atom.
The best participants of the Student League Championship will go through internships and internships at leading companies and have the opportunity to find employment, as well as benefits for admission to the judiciary and postgraduate studies of 20 universities & ndash; championship partners. The participation of young specialists is also a plus & ndash; raises the professional level and promotes career advancement. After all, the biggest Russian companies are eyeing the participants in the championship & ndash; Sibur, Alrosa, SO UES, RusHydro, Rosatom, Tatneft, nbsp; NIPIGAZ, Mike and others.
And some companies organize their own championships based on the CASE-IN methodology. For example, 4 years ago, the Sverdlovsk and Saratov branches of T Plus (the largest private company in the field of electricity and heat supply in Russia) became pilot sites to test the heat. Effectiveness of this methodology in order to increase the involvement of young specialists in the work of the company. As a result, it was decided to include the International Engineering Championship in the annual Youth Work in Business Program. And since 2019, youth teams from the 16 regions where T Plus is present have participated in the corporate championship.
Thus, the main CASE-IN season in 2021 is over. However, this year's engineering competition doesn't end there. The Fall Cup will start very soon, the final of which will be held in September and will traditionally bring together talented and motivated young people.
The World Health Organization has proposed to introduce a ban on the consumption of alcoholic beverages among women of childbearing age, stems from the draft Plan of Action global campaign against alcohol for 2022-2030. >
Experts believe countries need to educate the public about the dangers of alcohol, paying special attention to children, adolescents, pregnant women and women of childbearing age. & nbsp;
Drinking strong drinks, as explained to the WHO, can negatively affect the carrying of the child, and also lead to the development of various diseases, the appearance of problems social behavior and learning. In addition, it has a negative effect on the physical and psychological state of the mother. & Nbsp;
In this regard, experts have called on women to completely give up alcohol. & Nbsp;
In the meantime, they have become known regions of Russia with the highest amount of illegal alcohol seized.