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Former officials in Transbaikalia will return 24 million rubles for bribes to the budget - EastRussia | Far East






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Former officials in Transbaikalia will return 24 million rubles to the budget for bribes

The Judicial Collegium for Civil Cases of the Trans-Baikal Regional Court overturned the decision of the Central District Court and decided to recover from the former municipal officials and their accomplices about 24 million rubles. This is damage from bribes when buying a home for orphans.

The damage should be paid by the ex-deputy chairman of the infrastructure development committee of the administration of the city, Vyacheslav Shulyakovsky, the former head of the financial and economic department of the same committee, Tatyana Okhrimenko, and also the realtors Alexander Krutikov and Ivan Maltsev, who were previously sentenced to various terms of imprisonment for corruption crimes.

According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, from the summer of 2009 to October of 2012, Shulyakovsky and Okhrimenko with Maltsev's aiding and instigating Krutikova concluded 28 municipal contracts for the purchase of apartments for orphaned children at obviously inflated prices. The total purchase amount exceeded 75 million rubles. For the transaction Shulyakovsky received a bribe in the amount of 2,8 million rubles.

The court of first instance considered the calculations of the amount of the damage caused to be unreasonable and decided not to recover the damage from the perpetrators. In the appeals instance the prosecutor's office proved the correctness of the calculation made. Now about 24 million rubles will be jointly and severally collected from former officials.