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A businessman from Novosibirsk was fined 1,5 million for bribing the director of the Khabarovsk MUP
A court in Khabarovsk convicted an entrepreneur from Novosibirsk who bribed a large amount of money to the director and chief engineer of one of the municipal unitary enterprises of Khabarovsk. The businessman was fined 1,5 million rubles and deprived him of the right to hold positions associated with organizational, administrative and administrative powers for five years.
As the investigation found out, the commercial director of one of the Novosibirsk firms in November 2018 personally bribed the director and chief engineer of the Khabarovsk MUP - 300 thousand rubles. According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, in return, he asked to conclude with him a subcontract for the electronic scoreboard in the city. The businessman transferred money to the account of the spouse of the chief engineer of the MUP. The bribe was cashed and distributed among the accomplices.
The defendant fully admitted his guilt. One of the recipients of a bribe previously convicted, fined two million rubles and deprived of the right to engage in certain activities for two years. The trial against the second bribe taker continues.