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Those who staged a pogrom at the Amur gas processing plant will answer before the court

Those who staged a pogrom at the Amur gas processing plant will answer before the court
Photo: blagoveshchensk-pererabotka.gazprom.ru

The criminal case against the builders who staged a pogrom at the Amur gas processing plant in the Amur Region will soon go to court. The most active participants in the riots are waiting for him in custody.

As the head of the regional investigation department of the RF IC for the Amur Region, Stanislav Belyansky, told reporters, a mechanism for transferring the case to court is now being agreed. It turned out to be very voluminous due to the large number of suspects - only 25 of the most active participants in the riots are in custody. In addition, most of those indicted will need an interpreter.

The incident occurred on July 13, 2020 on the territory of the rotational camp of the contractor, which is involved in the construction of the Amur GPP. About 300 workers smashed cabins and administrative buildings after missing part of their wages. As it turned out later, the Yu company withheld from the wages of more than one thousand workers the cost of patents for labor activity in the territory of the Russian Federation - about 14,4 million rubles.

The forces of the National Guard and the OMON were involved in resolving the situation. On the fact of the pogroms criminal cases were initiated under the articles "Participation in riots" and "Hooliganism".

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