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The verdict of the defendant on the "Dalspetsstroy case" will begin on 26 February

The Far Eastern District Military Court plans on Monday to announce the decision on the "Dalspetstroi case" (sometimes in the media it is mistakenly called "the case of embezzlement at the Vostochny cosmodrome"), EastRussia reported in court. Reading the reasoning part of the verdict will be held in closed session.

On the eve of the debate, the state prosecutors asked Yuri Khizman for 6 years of imprisonment for the former chief of FSUE "GUSS" Dalspetsstroy "under Spetsstroy of Russia" (DSS, now GVSU No.14), for the company's chief accountant Vladimir Ashihmin - seven years. Two more accused - for six years.

The process takes place in Khabarovsk in closed mode from May 2016, materials of the case total 230 volumes. Yuri Hryzman and Vladimir Ashikhmin are accused of abuse of authority (part 3, article 285 UK). According to the investigation, some of the advances for 11 state contracts during the construction of the spaceport facilities of the Eastern General Contractor were used for other purposes, which caused damage in 5,2 billion rubles. The decision to divert funds, the prosecution is convinced, was accepted and carried out by the head of the construction company and the chief accountant. In the dock, Mikhail Khrizman (son of Yuri Khristian) and former speaker of the legislative Duma of the Khabarovsk Territory Viktor Chudov are accused of embezzling (Article 160 UK) from the company almost 106 million rubles. in 2006-2009 years, even before the construction of the cosmodrome.

All the accused are kept in SIZO.
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