The new-old Minister of internal Affairs: what now awaits Arsen Avakov

Новый-старый министр МВД: что теперь ждет Арсена Авакова

Left the Verkhovna Rada Arsen Avakov on the post of interior Minister

The Ministry of internal Affairs (abbreviated MVD) is a state body of Executive power of Ukraine. Its activity is directed and koordiniruyutsya Cabinet. Heads the Ministry of internal Affairs — Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine (appointed by the Verkhovna Rada).

MIA of Ukraine — the main (leading) body in the structure of Central Executive bodies. This Ministry regulates the formation and implementation of state policy in the areas of:

  • protection of rights and freedoms;
  • protect the interests of citizens and public authorities from illegal actions;
  • combating crime;
  • law enforcement;
  • ensure the safety of citizens;
  • road safety;
  • the protection and defense of critical goobject.

Новый-старый министр МВД: что теперь ждет Арсена Авакова

The leadership of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine

The structure of the Central apparatus of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine: the Ministry is headed by the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine, appointed by the decree of the President of Ukraine.

  • The Minister of internal Affairs;
  • The Deputy Minister of internal Affairs;
  • First Deputy Minister of internal Affairs;
  • The Deputy Minister of internal Affairs;
  • The Deputy Minister of internal Affairs;
  • The Deputy Minister of internal Affairs.

Новый-старый министр МВД: что теперь ждет Арсена Авакова

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The Minister of interior from 2005 to today

  • Yuriy Lutsenko (from 4 February 2005 to 1 December 2006);
  • Vasyl Tsushko (from 1 December 2006 to 18 December 2007);
  • Yuriy Lutsenko (from 18 December 2007 to 29 January 2010);
  • Mikhail Klyuev (from 29 January 2010 to 11 March 2010).
  • Anatoly Mogilev (from 11 March 2010 to 7 November 2011);
  • Vitaliy Zakharchenko (from 7 November 2011 to 21 February 2014);
  • Arsen Avakov (from 22 February 2014 to today).

Новый-старый министр МВД: что теперь ждет Арсена Авакова

Who will be the next Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine under the new President Vladimir Zelensky learn very soon. Specific names, the President of Ukraine did not name, but his style has put forward the main requirements for future candidates. On the question of a possible extension of tenure Arsen Avakov said that he did not know.

Новый-старый министр МВД: что теперь ждет Арсена Авакова

Criticism of the interior Ministry

Canadian expert Taras Kuzio argues that MIA is a leader in rank the worst on human rights issues among all Ukrainian state structures. The main argument of Taras, was that the methods and culture of police procedure is not much changed since the days of the Soviet Union:

  • “knock-out” readings;
  • a complete lack of respect for the presumption of innocence;
  • the discrepancy between the living conditions of prisoners with European standards;
  • total impunity in the structure in whole, etc.

Interesting fact: as stated by Wikipedia, from 1991 to 2014, the Ministers of internal Affairs of Ukraine was headed by the Council of Ministers of internal Affairs of the CIS.