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Auction for the sale of property of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok fell through
The auction for the sale of the seized property of the former mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev did not take place. The reason was the absence of applicants for the property of the convicted ex-head of the city.
As reported on the site of Sberbank, only one participant registered for the auction for the sale of a house and a land plot. For this reason, the auction did not take place.
Federal Property Management Agency at the end of September put up for auction Pushkarev's property in order to collect a fine of 500 million rubles from the former official and more than 75 million rubles in bribes. House with an area of 494,2 sq. meters and a land plot of 600 sq. meters was estimated at 55,467 million rubles.
Pushkarev was sentenced to 15 years in a maximum security colony for corruption. In May last year, the Prosecutor General's Office prepared a lawsuit against the ex-mayor and his accomplices 3,2 billion rubles. In March this year, the court granted the claim, but the amount decreased to 1,452 billion rubles.