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In Kamchatka, a deputy suspected of receiving a bribe was arrested
In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, a measure of restraint was chosen for the deputy of the regional Legislative Assembly Valery Bykov, who is suspected of receiving a bribe on a large scale. By court order, he was taken into custody.
According to the press service of the SU IC of Russia in the Kamchatka Territory, in the near future, the deputy will be charged. Investigation of the criminal case continues.
According to the investigation, in October and November of this year, the deputy together with his 40-year-old acquaintance - the chairman of the board of the “Kanatka” Tribal Community of Indigenous Minorities of the North received a bribe from the general director of the non-production enterprise - share in the authorized capital of the enterprise in the amount of 25%, equivalent to ten million rubles. They also received 1,7 million rubles - the first part of a bribe in the amount of nine million rubles for the deputy’s inaction regarding the companies controlled by the director and for general patronage.