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Yevkurov plays a trick2012-10-22 20:11
Ingush President Yunus-Bek Yevkurov has published in his blog cell phone number for repentant militants. He calls it his number, but members of the Security Council of the Republic answer this phone instead of him. Main expert of the Council Halit Kaloyev told GTimes they were ready to provide legal assistance to each member of illegal armed formations addressing to them. But on the first day of the "hot line" the Ingushes called only on domestic issues and asked to help financially.
Titles like "Yevkurov gave the militants his mobile phone number" sounds great, of course, but do not correspond to the truth. The number 8 (928) 093-29-29, the head of Ingushetia published in his blog, is not his personal number, but the "hot line" of the Security Council of the Republic. To this day, it was off. In the morning it started work, but members of illegal armed groups do not use it.
Main expert of the Security Council Halit Kaloyev told the "Big Caucasus" that the residents of the republic dialed the declared on the eve number only for domestic issues: "Someone has holey roof, someone's wall fell. Someone asked to help financially".
Yunus-Bek Yevkurov expected that many people have desire to talk to him personally, so after the announcement of the number he told the journalists: "I have decided that from 9 am to 6 pm every day specially gathered group of my assistants would answer the people, paying attention to things related to the crime. First of all - the information about the attacks and the desire to lay down arms".
Halit Kaloyev confirmed that members of the Security Council were ready to provide legal assistance to any members of illegal armed groups addressing to them. This is not new work for them. Yevkurov government began returning militants to civilian life almost as soon as it was formed. Last autumn, there was established a Commission to adapt the members of illegal armed groups to civilian life. "For three years we have adapted 42 people", Kaloyev says. "We have helped them to get a job: masons and builders".
But previously there was no "hot line". Even the number of the Commission was not published. Members of the Security Council contacted with the militants via relatives, mostly parents. Often maternal appeals sounded on TV. "Mothers came with tears begging their children to return from the woods. We had no results from these appeals. Those not involved in real crimes returned. But even for those who were involved it will be considered as a voluntary surrender. They will get smaller sentences. For example, instead of 10 years they will get 5 years", Halit Kaloyev says.