Tuesday, November 27, 2018

We really need police which will firmly oversee(POLICE) heads of the Russian "police"(common thugs and not police) and not Russian police(a common terrorist) as the head of the Interpol

In Putin's deluded bet to appoint his terrorist as the head of the Interpol, world becomes alarmed(rattled). Consequently South Korean is elected to save honor of this international police organization which should veto Russia from its membership till one appoints legitimate Russian government representatives. Either this or to settle for lowest of the low uncivilised(barbaric) practices which have already demented world to the level as seen on this news site. I rank Russia as the most primitive(anti judiciary/criminal and a total disgrace) of all white societies this world deals with. 

KNOW that future(existence) of the world is very very questionable if things don't change fast in Moscow and the only one who can change things in Moscow for "NORMAL" are Russian people. 

They will not get them changed for as long as bone if offered to Putan Putanowich's regime(know that Putin/ Lavrov/ Medvedev would make Russian people eat grass to keep themselves afloat - it's the same case as was/is with all dictators who feared justice from domestic population due to criminality performed against one - it won't be easy, but it can and must be done if world strands together on this issue as one).

I am glad to see South Korean in trustfull international position and suggest North Koreans to abandon crazy ship known as Russia till things normalize for the sake of good and no longer as the case = empire of evil. We can do it !!!

Russia...a pathetic state along with Belarus most famous  in this century almost in the world for human trafficking and slavery...yet another failed beyond bizarre bet of Putan Putanowich.

Interpol elects South Korean as its president, in blow to Russia

South Korea’s Kim Jong-yang has been elected as Interpol’s next president, edging out a longtime veteran of Russia’s security services who was strongly opposed by the US, Britain and other European nations.

The White House and its European partners had lobbied against Alexander Prokopchuk’s attempts to be named the next president of the international police body, saying his election would lead to further Russian abuses of Interpol’s “red notice” system to go after political opponents.

Prokopchuk is a general in the Russian interior ministry and serves as an Interpol vice-president.

Interpol’s 94 member states chose Kim at a meeting of their annual congress in Dubai. He will serve until 2020, completing the four-year mandate of his predecessor Meng Hongwei who went missing in his native China in September. Beijing later said Meng resigned after being charged with accepting bribes.

Critics say that Prokopchuk oversaw a policy of systematically targeting critics and dissidents during his time in charge of the Russian office of Interpol. The Ukrainian interior minister, Arsen Avakov, tweeted from the conference room where the vote was held, saying: “The Russian candidate has been rejected. This battle is won!”

The Kremlin denounced the anti-Prokopchuk campaign. “Of course we are sorry that this was not our candidate,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday. “At the same time there are no reasons not to agree with the vote result.

“The election took place in the atmosphere of unprecedented pressure and interference in these elections,” the Kremlin spokesman said. “The elections were complicated.”

On Tuesday, the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, threw his weight behind Kim, who is the acting president of the global police body. “We encourage all nations and organisations that are part of Interpol and that respect the rule of law to choose a leader with integrity. We believe Mr Kim will be just that,” Pompeo told reporters.

Kim had been serving as Interpol’s acting president since Meng resigned and was a vice-president representing Asia. “Our world is now facing unprecedented changes which present huge challenges to public security and safety,” he said after he was elected. “To overcome them, we need a clear vision: we need to build a bridge to the future.”

The 57-year-old was previously the chief of police in South Korea’s most populous province, and is a high-profile proponent of the South Korean government’s push to export its policing strategies, known as the “K-cop wave”.
Bill Browder, a British-American financier who has campaigned for western countries to implement sanctions against Russian officials accused of human rights abuses, said on Tuesday that Prokopchuk had been in charge of Russia’s Interpol bureau at a time when Moscow repeatedly tried to have red notice arrest warrants issued for him through the organisation. The central Interpol body rescinded the warrants, believing them to be politically motivated. On Wednesday morning, Browder tweeted that “reason had prevailed”.

British officials made it clear that they were backing Kim, and expressed alarm at the prospect of Prokopchuk taking over. Lithuania’s parliament voted unanimously on Tuesday to consider leaving Interpol if Prokopchuk had won the vote.

Prokopchuk will continue in his role as Interpol vice-president, the Russian interior ministry said. “As before, his work will focus on strengthening the position of Interpol in the international police community and increasing the efficiency of the organisation’s work,” spokeswoman Irina Volk said.

Interpol’s president chairs its general assembly while day-to-day operations are handled by the organisation’s secretary general, Jürgen Stock.

Stock told reporters after the conclusion of Interpol’s general assembly in Dubai that the nationality of the group’s president does not affect its neutrality and that “it is fundamental to Interpol’s existence that we are neutral and that we are independent”.

Addressing what he said was misinformation circulating in recent days, Stock said Interpol accepts “the fact that systems can be improved” but added this year alone the red notice and diffusion system helped lead to the arrest of 10,000 serious criminals.

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