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Investigative Committee reduced the damage by 130 million rubles in the case of the son of the ex-governor of Priangarye
The amount of damage caused in the case of Andrei Levchenko, the son of the former governor of the Irkutsk region, Sergei Levchenko, was reduced by 130 million rubles. At the same time, a charge was added to the criminal case.
According to Interfax, the lawyer of the accused told about the changes in the case. Andrey Levchenko is accused of large-scale fraud, but now an article on restricting competition has appeared in the criminal case. Previously, the total amount of damage was estimated at 185 million rubles, now - at 55 million rubles.
According to the investigation, Zvezda LLC, which was engaged in the repair of elevator equipment, and which was controlled by Andrey Levchenko, conspired with other companies about the cost of the work. This limited competition for other market participants. Lawyer denies the relationship of his client with OOO Zvezda and his involvement in the conspiracy. The accused himself considers the case to be politically motivated.
The criminal case was opened in 2019 on the fact of embezzlement of funds from the MD Capital Repair Fund in the Irkutsk Region. Basmanny Court of Moscow will consider the petition on the next extension of the preventive measure 18 May.