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Former mayor of Petropavlovsk lost membership in United Russia

Former mayor of Petropavlovsk lost membership in United Russia
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The regional office of United Russia suspended membership in the party of the former mayor of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The decision was made in connection with the criminal liability that threatens Vitaly Ivanenko on charges of receiving a bribe.

According to the press service of the department, the question was raised at a meeting of the presidium of the party’s regional political council. If Vitaliy Ivanenko’s guilt is proved by the court, he will be expelled from United Russia, if the former mayor is acquitted, he will be restored.

The first to be prosecuted hit brother Vitaly Ivanenko, he was accused of mediation in receiving a bribe. After that, the mayor of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky resigned, motivating this by their health status and family circumstances.

However, soon Vitaly Ivanenko himself was under investigation... He confessed and, by court order, went under house arrest. Later he was charged with taking a bribe of 900 million rubles.

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