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A deputy will be tried for beating a subordinate in Yakutia

A deputy will be tried for beating a subordinate in Yakutia
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In Yakutia, a deputy of the regional State Assembly (Il Tumen) will be tried for beating a subordinate. The victim received a closed fracture of the bones of the nose and bruises.

According to the press service of the RF IC for Yakutia, a 32-year-old deputy and general director of an oil and gas company in 2019, the accused offered the employee to take a position to which he did not agree, considering it equivalent to the current one. In response, the CEO asked him to resign.

To find out the reason for the dismissal, the subordinate came to the manager's office, where he began to insult and hit him. The deputy did not admit his guilt in the general director and the deputy. The case materials were sent to the court for consideration on the merits.

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