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The head of the district in the Irkutsk region and his deputy received a term for a bribe

The court found Alexander Abramenko, the mayor of Kazachinsko-Lensky district of the Irkutsk region, and his former first deputy Artem Amosov guilty of accepting a bribe on a large scale. Each received four years ’imprisonment with serving a sentence in a high security colony.

In February, 2017 was received by officials from a contractor who carried out work under a municipal contract for the construction of a landfill, a part of a bribe - 2,5 million rubles. To receive this money, the defendants unreasonably increased the cost of the work, signed the relevant documents and included in them unforeseen expenses in the amount exceeding 2,5 million rubles. According to the press service of the SU IC of Russia in the Irkutsk region, the district administration, in violation of the terms of the contract, concluded an additional agreement with the contractor providing for an advance to the contractor. As a result, the contractor received all the money under the contract, although he did not complete the work.

The planned amount of bribes was five million rubles. By agreement with the contractor, the officials should have received the money in two stages, but the men were detained when they transferred the first bribe. The materials of the criminal case were 11 volumes.