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SK: brother of ex-mayor of Petropavlovsk appropriated part of the bribe

SK: brother of ex-mayor of Petropavlovsk appropriated part of the bribe
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The brother of the former head of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Vitaly Ivanenko, when transferring a bribe, appropriated part of the money. Both accused of bribery admitted their guilt. The Investigative Committee in Kamchatka has completed its investigation.

According to the press service of the regional IC, the brothers gave detailed testimony as part of cooperation with the investigation.

It was found that from January to April 2019, the mayor of the city, through his brother, received a bribe in the amount of 700 thousand rubles from the head of one of the commercial enterprises.

In the period from February to March 2019, he also received 200 thousand rubles from a local businessman through an intermediary. During the investigation, it turned out that the real amount of the bribe was 1,4 million rubles, the bribe's brother embezzled part of the money.

At the end of last year, investigators filed criminal case in relation to the former head of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky urban district Vitaly Ivanenko. He is suspected of taking bribes on a large scale.

In November, investigators opened a criminal case on the brother of the head of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. He is suspected of mediation of bribery. Two residents of the city, who handed over a bribe to the mayor, also became defendants in the case. Ivanenko himself resigned, stating that his state of health and family circumstances do not allow him to continue to exercise his powers.

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