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Three accused of corruption officials will be brought to trial in the Khabarovsk Territory - EastRussia | Far East






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Three officials accused of corruption will face trial in the Khabarovsk Territory

In Khabarovsk Krai, the investigation of the criminal case on corruption in the construction industry, whose figurants are three recent high-ranking officials, has been completed, the materials have been sent to court, according to the Prosecutor General's Office website. Before the court appear former deputy governor Sergei Ignatovich and former minister of construction of the region Andrei Skomorokhov, who charged with abuse of office (part 2 article 286 UK Criminal Code). Sergei Ignatovich is also charged with participation in the business (Article 289 UK Criminal Code) of the construction company Infra and mediation in giving bribes (part 4 article 291.1 UK Criminal Code). Also on the case is the former chief federal inspector for the Khabarovsk Territory Vitaly Lukyanchuk, accused of taking bribes (part 6 article 290 UK Criminal Code) and major fraud (part 4 article 159 UK Criminal Code).

According to investigators, regional officials prevented the construction company Isida from obtaining a state contract for the construction of a regional business incubator in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The inspector received a bribe through the deputy governor in the form of repairs and equipment with household appliances and furniture for 3,4 million rubles. service apartment. In 2014-2015, he provided fictitious information about purchasing airline tickets for business trips with his own money. As a result, he was illegally transferred from the budget funds over 1 million rubles.

Sergey Ignatovich and Vitaly Lukjanchuk are under arrest, Andrei Skomorokhov - under house arrest.