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The former head of the village in the Amur region will go on trial because of the apartment
The former head of the village of Urusha, Skovorodinsky district, Amur region, became a defendant in a criminal case because of an apartment. He is accused of abuse of office during the disposal of municipal property. The official committed a crime in the 2015 year, but they have only revealed it now.
According to the press service of the regional prosecutor’s office, the ex-official is accused of illegally transferring the municipal apartment to the ownership of his daughter and grandson. In May 2019, the department appealed to the court and returned the housing to the village.
If the former head is found guilty, he faces three to seven years in prison. In addition, he will be deprived of the right to occupy certain positions for up to three years. The materials of the criminal case have already been sent to court.