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Ex-officials from the government of the Khabarovsk Territory received terms for fraud
The Central District Court of Khabarovsk sentenced the former chief federal inspector for the Khabarovsk Territory, Vitaly Lukianchuk, the former deputy chairman of the regional government, Sergei Ignatovich and the former construction minister, Andrei Skomorokhov. They were convicted of bribes and abuse of power.
The court found Lukyanchuk guilty of accepting a bribe and fraud on a large scale. He was sentenced to nine years in prison in a penal colony with a fine of 6,5 million rubles in the amount of three times the amount of a bribe.
Ignatovich and Skomorokhova found guilty of abuse of office. The former deputy chairman also received punishment for illegal participation in business activities and mediation in bribery. Ignatovich received 7,5 years of imprisonment in a colony with a fine of 6,5 million rubles. Skomorokhov got off with two years of imprisonment conditionally with a probation period of two years.
According to the press service of the regional prosecutor's office, Lukyanchuk from March 2014 of the year to November 2016 of the year presented at his place of work information about the fictitious purchase of airline tickets at his own expense for going on business trips. As a result, he illegally received more than one million rubles from the budget. He also received a bribe through Ignatovich - repairs in the service apartment, household appliances and interior items totaling over 3,4 million rubles. In return, he helped to conclude with a business firm a state contract for the construction of a health facility in the village of Solnechniy.
In addition, Ignatovich illegally participated in entrepreneurial activity and provided Infra and SF LLC with advantages and patronage. Together with the Minister of Construction Skomorokhov, when requesting proposals for concluding a state contract for the construction of a business incubator in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, he demanded that the director of the rival organization Isida refuse to participate in the request for proposals in order to ensure victory to the controlled firm.