The Russians have appointed new heads of “prosecutors” in the temporarily occupied territories, who will simulate justice to justify repression.
Yes, on November 7, the temporarily occupied regions of Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Donetsk and Luhansk regions received the so-called “chief prosecutors”. In the Donetsk region, Andrii Suak, who previously headed the “prosecutor’s office” of the captured region, was left to perform production duties.
In Zaporizhzhia, Kirill Osipchuk, who previously worked in the prosecutor’s office of the Rostov region, was appointed head of the repressive body of the occupiers. Andrei Petrov from the Kirov region was brought to head the “prosecutor’s office” in the Kherson region, and prosecutor Hleb Mikhailov from Dagestan arrived in the Luhansk region. Note that all of them brought with them their teams of “prosecutors” who will engage in repression against Ukrainians.
As we can see, Russians do not trust local traitors and transfer all power to their own, because even traitors remain Ukrainians for the occupiers, and therefore cannot claim real power.