The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov is not threatened with removal from office because they receive the title of honorary academician of the Russian Academy of natural Sciences because the natural Sciences is a public organization, reported “Interfax” a source close to the Chechen leader.
“Ramzan Kadyrov do some time ago was made an honorary academician of the RANS, but it is a public organization, therefore, the head of Chechnya to continue in his position,” – said the Agency interlocutor.
On the eve of Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his dissatisfaction with the fact that some civil servants in spite of his request not to combine the civil service and doing science become members of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He promised to make personnel decisions and to help such leaders to concentrate on science.
About getting Kadyrov the title of academician of natural Sciences became widely known in January of this year, after it was mentioned to the Deputy of Krasnoyarsk Konstantin Senchenko, who called the head of Chechnya, “a shame of Russia”. Later Senchenko brought Kadyrov apology after it met some “dear people”. Kadyrov explained that he had received the title of academician in 2006 – not for scientific activities and for its efforts to restore peace in Chechnya.
According to the law on state scientific and technical policy in Russia today there are four public academies: the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS, its legal status is defined in a separate law), the Russian Academy of education (RAO), Russian Academy of architecture and construction Sciences, the Russian Academy of arts (RAA). The state Academy of Sciences are budget institutions are financed from the Federal budget, their founder is the Russian Federation. The objectives of the state academies part of the scientific support activities of the Russian government.
However, according to the law in Russia may establish public scientific enterprises – public Academy of Sciences. They can participate in the coordination of scientific activities, but their goals and objectives in the act are not specifically defined. Ryan refers to public academies of science, has nothing to do with RAS and state academies of science.