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Defense of the former mayor of Vladivostok appealed the verdict

Defense of the former mayor of Vladivostok appealed the verdict
Photo: igor-pushkarev.com
The lawyers of Igor Pushkarev, a 15-year-old maximum-security prison colony, have appealed the verdict. The complaint will be examined by a Moscow court.

According to RIA News, which was shared by the lawyer of the former mayor Alexander Vysotsky, the appeal of the verdict will be considered in the Second Cassation Court of General Jurisdiction in Moscow. The date of consideration of the case has not yet been appointed.

Igor Pushkarev sentenced to 15 years in a maximum security colony for corruption crimes. On the post of mayor of the capital of Primorye, he worked for eight years. At the same time, he helped controlled companies win state contracts for the construction of roads for bribes. In addition, he lobbied for the interests of his own enterprises.

The general claims against the former mayor amounted to 1,452 billion rubles. Previously, the plaintiffs insisted on the amount of damage in 3,281 billion rubles, but the claims were adjusted in February 2020. Controlled by a former company official resumed work in February of this year.

At the lawyers of Igor Pushkarev filed a case on obstruction and fair justice.









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