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Ex-FEFU rector convicted for embezzlement of 20 million rubles
The former rector of the Far Eastern State University (FEFU) was found guilty of embezzling 20 million rubles. Such a sentence was issued by the Pacific Fleet Military Court.
According to TASS, Sergei Ivanets was sentenced to seven years in prison. Also, he was fined 500 thousand rubles. However, the defense intends to appeal the verdict.
In 2011, FEFU and the organization "Modern University" signed a contract for the creation of an information technology system for a university in the amount of about 650 million rubles. Despite the fact that the system did not work, acts of execution were signed. This made it possible to transfer over 20 million rubles from FEFU accounts.
Together with ex-rector Sergei Ivants, six more were indicted, two defendants pleaded guilty. So, the former vice-rector of the FEFU Aleksey Tskhe received three years probation, another former vice-rector Viktor Atamanyuk - four years probation, the ex-rector Igor Sirotin was given two years probation. Employees of the "Modern University" Sergei Karlyavin and Nikita Smurov were sentenced to 4,5 years in the penal colony of general regime and 3,5 years, respectively, respectively.