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Almost 130% more corruption crimes in Buryatia

Almost 130% more corruption crimes in Buryatia
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The prosecutor's office of Buryatia summed up the work to identify corruption crimes in the first four months of 2020. There are 127,3% more recorded crimes than in the same period last year.

According to the press service of the department, in just four months, 100 corruption-related crimes were revealed. More than 20 people were brought to justice, among which several officials from among the employees of administrations, controlling and law enforcement agencies.

Most often, it was possible to identify the facts of bribery. For the indicated period, 41 such crimes were registered, while in the four months of 2019 there were only six such crimes. Most often, attackers came across receiving bribes - 26 such cases were recorded, mediation in bribery was stopped in 12 cases, and giving bribes in three cases. At the same time, small bribes of up to ten thousand rubles were given only three times.

The number of criminal cases of embezzlement with a corruption component remains stably high. Prosecutors revealed 25 such crimes only from January to April 2020.

The total damage from corruption acts amounted to 29,5 million rubles. At the same time, only one million rubles was voluntarily repaired. During the collection procedure, an arrest was imposed on the property of the accused with a total value of 53,7 million rubles. The courts of the region are considering claims by the prosecutor's office for 13,3 million rubles of recoverable damage.
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