Ksenia Mashkova was fired in connection with a single gross violation of official duties – absenteeism. She held the post of Deputy Minister of Sports since March 2020
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin fired Deputy Minister of Sports Ksenia Mashkova for a 'one-time gross violation'; job responsibilities. The corresponding order of the Prime Minister is posted on the portal of legal information.
“ To release Mashkova Ksenia Viktorovna from the post of state secretary '' Deputy Minister of Sports of the Russian Federation in connection with a single gross violation of official duties, provided for in subparagraph “ a '' Clause 3 of Part 1 of Article 37 of the Federal Law 'On the State Civil Service of the Russian Federation', & mdash; the document says.
The corresponding provision of the law states that a civil servant can be dismissed in case of absenteeism, that is, absence from office without good reason for more than four hours in a row during an office day.
Mashkova was appointed to the post of State Secretary & mdash; Deputy Minister of Sports on March 3, 2020. Later, information about her was removed from the official website of the Ministry of Sports.
Ksenia Mashkova was born on April 27, 1989 in the Tula region. In 2010 she graduated from the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “ Moscow State Law Academy named after O.E. Kutafina '' (Moscow State Law Academy) with a degree in jurisprudence. In 2014, Mashkova became a candidate of legal sciences.
From 2009 to 2016, she held various positions in the legal services of commercial organizations. Then, until 2020, she held the position of senior lecturer at Moscow State Law Academy.
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