In Russian cities, employment contracts with paramedics are terminated, and they are dismissed upon agreement of the parties, and people sign these agreements. The Deystviye (‘action’) Trade Union reported this.
The Deystviye Trade Union recommended not to sign the agreements or to write about their disagreement, as well as to refuse to receive a work record book. Those who have already signed such agreements are advised to contact the prosecutor's office.
The Komsomol's member from Belgorod was fired after receiving a subpoena. According to Vladimir Isakov, State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Belgorod District Youth Council’s member Maxim Chernykh was handed a subpoena by his colleague on the council and United Russia party’s member Maxim Ivanin on the night of September 22–23. After that, the Komsomol's member came to his work, the branch of Russian Railways, with the subpoena and learned about the dismissal there.
"I hope that my friend returns alive and well. And we will definitely reinstate him," the deputy wrote.