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TFR: the head of Petropavlovsk instructed his brother to receive a bribe

TFR: the head of Petropavlovsk instructed his brother to receive a bribe
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In Kamchatka, investigators opened a criminal case against the brother of the head of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. He is suspected of mediation of bribery. Two residents of the city, who handed over a bribe to the mayor, also became defendants in the case.

According to the investigation, the head of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka city district instructed his brother in parts from the intermediary of the director of the municipal government institution “Road Service of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka City District” to receive a bribe in parts - 200 thousand rubles. The mayor took this money for help in concluding municipal contracts, presenting the possibility of concluding contracts of contracts and subcontracts for the performance of various works, and the unimpeded signing of acts of work performed.

As the press service of the SU SK in the Kamchatka Territory reports, the brother of the head of Petropavlovsk received the money in parts from February to March. A case was opened against the director of the institution and his intermediary on the fact of bribery.

On the eve of the head of the administration of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka city district Vitaly Ivanenko resigned. He stated that his state of health and family circumstances did not allow him to continue to exercise these powers.