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Russian Police to Give Money Prize for the Best Propaganda
29.12.2011 12:30
Russian Police to Give Money Prize for the Best Propaganda

The Russian Interior Ministry has founded a 100,000 rouble ($3,100) prize for "the most talented propaganda of police work", as it was said in the special ministry's statement.

      The contest's organizers prepared prizes for achievement in science, technology, literature and the arts and the promotion of law enforcement agency activities. 

      On the whole, there are seven prize categories, including sculpture and applied arts, painting, music, cinema, and information technology.

      The ministry's prize will be given to the winner by the decision of jury comprised of at least 23 persons.

      Some experts say such contests and other events can be attempts to enhance the prestige of the Russian police. This year  the main security service in Russia was renamed from "militia" to "police" but it didn't help much to encourage people's confidence and solve the most important problems. So now the Interior Ministry has probably decided to start from small things and so come more serious questions.  


      

Sources: RIA Novosti Image: actualcomment


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: police contest Russian contests   

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