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The case was opened for bribes at the exams for the rights in Primorye

The case was opened for bribes at the exams for the rights in Primorye
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In Primorye, a criminal case was opened for bribes in driving license exams. The head of the regional examination department of the traffic police of the UMVD and a number of his subordinates are suspected of corruption.

According to the press service of the RF IC for the Primorsky Territory, in addition to the head of the department, seven more people were involved in the case, including civilians. According to the investigation, from 2018 to April 2021, members of the criminal group received at least two bribes - 65 thousand and 50 thousand rubles - for helping to pass exams for driving a car.

The leadership of the Russian MIA Administration for the Primorsky Territory began an official check. If the suspects are proven guilty, they may face imprisonment for a term of seven to twelve years with a fine of up to sixty times the amount of the bribe.

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