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Angarsk Mayor Sergei Petrov suspected of corruption
The supervisory authorities of the Irkutsk region established facts about violations by the mayor of Angarsk, Sergei Petrov, of the requirements of the federal anti-corruption legislation. He provided inaccurate and incomplete information about income, turned out to be the co-founder of the fund and concluded contracts with controlled firms.
According to the press service of the regional government, in the certificate of income Sergey Petrov did not indicate the profit received from bank accounts, sent incomplete information about his wife’s income - he did not enter data on the availability of land and a residential building. It also turned out that the administration of the Angarsk urban district entered into a number of municipal contracts with companies actually controlled by the mayor. The trust manager of these companies is the son of Sergey Petrov.
The first deputy prosecutor of the Irkutsk region asked the governor Sergei Levchenko to provide a statement and verification materials about the violations committed by Sergei Petrov when fulfilling the requirements of contracts with Stroycomplex CJSC on the integrated development of territories. The head of the region instructed the Ministry of Construction and Road Management to send these documents as soon as possible.