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The head of the village who appropriated the plots of pensioners was convicted in Buryatia

The head of the village who appropriated the plots of pensioners was convicted in Buryatia

In Buryatia, a verdict was passed on the former head of the Naryn rural settlement, Andrey Kozlov. He illegally transferred the land of the municipality to the ownership of relatives.

According to the press service of the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia in Buryatia, the crime was committed at the end of September 2018. Andrey Kozlov handed over three plots on the territory of the municipality with a total area of ​​13,6 hectares. The plots themselves belonged to pensioners who moved to another settlement several years ago and did not use the land.

The head of the settlement left a forged power of attorney to act with the site on their behalf, forged signatures of pensioners, certified the document and stamped the administration. On the basis of this document, he carried out operations with the land plot.

The court imposed a fine on the former official of 100 thousand rubles for abuse of office. Also, Andrei Kozlov will not be able to hold public office for two years. The verdict came into force. Proceedings on the recognition of the land acquisition transaction as illegal and the return of the land plot to pensioners has not yet been completed.

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