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The head of the OPFR is suspected of extorting a bribe on Sakhalin

The head of the OPFR is suspected of extorting a bribe on Sakhalin
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The head of the Pension Fund branch in Sakhalin is suspected of extorting a bribe. A criminal case has been opened.

According to the investigation, in December last year, a contract was signed for the supply of two air conditioners to the PFR branch of Sakhalin. However, an individual entrepreneur, who won a tender for the supply of equipment, purchased something that did not fit the characteristics.

The suspect, instead of unilaterally breaking the contract, began to extort 100 thousand rubles from the businessman for not paying attention to the discrepancy with the characteristics.

The suspect received a bribe through an intermediary - the chief specialist-expert of the OPFR in the Sakhalin Region. The head of the regional FIU is now detained.

He may face a fine of two million to four million rubles or imprisonment for a term of seven to 12 years.

 

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