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Director of "Gorsvet" Khabarovsk sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for bribe - EastRussia | Far East






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Director of "Gorsvet" Khabarovsk sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for taking a bribe

The Court of the Industrial District of Khabarovsk recognized the director of the local Municipal Unitary Enterprise Gorsvet, Yevgeny Zdorov, guilty of receiving a large bribe (part 5, article 290 UK), abuse of official authority (Article 285 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) and obstruction of business activities (Part 1, article 169 UK RF). This was reported by the Khabarovsk Krai prosecutor's office.

As reported, the criminal cases were initiated following a prosecutor's inspection. The court found that in November-December 2016, the head of the MUP offered the director of Far Eastern Cable Alliance LLC for 500 thousand rubles. information on other participants in the auction for the conclusion of contracts for the supply of electrical and cable products for 2017 year in order to set a lower price and unconditional victory in the competition. As a result, the company won the tender and entered into a contract. Also in February-December of the year 2015 during the tenders the head of Gorsveta previously acquainted the directors of the same company with the proposals of competitors, as a result of which the auction was won by Far Eastern Cable Alliance LLC.

The Director of the MUP was sentenced to seven and a half years of a strict-regime colony, also sentenced to a fine of 10 million rubles, and for five years is deprived of the right to hold state debts. At the same time, the court released the convict from prison in connection with a serious illness.