Former Prosecutor of the Leningrad region, dismissed by presidential decree, was accused of receiving bribes in the amount of 20 million rubles. As reported by the press service of the Investigative Committee, the money to Stanislav Ivanov could give one of the businessmen for “protection”.

“Ivanov in the period 2014-2016, occupying the post of Prosecutor of the Leningrad region, received monthly bribes in the form of cash in the amount of 500 thousand to one million roubles from one of the entrepreneurs for the General protection and connivance on service,” said the investigators.

According to preliminary data, Ivanov bribes provided “necessary assistance within the framework of powers of office at carrying out of regulatory authorities and the Prosecutor’s office of inspections,” helping certain commercial organizations on the territory of the Leningrad region.

Also “on demand Ivan’s owner got him a new expensive Toyota Camry”. Businessman two years, paid for his Parking space, and also sponsor “at least two holiday trips abroad for family attorney in the amount of more than two million rubles.”

“Currently, in a criminal case are made searches and other necessary investigative actions. Also the consequence has directed to court the petition for election concerning Ivanova measures of restraint in form of detention”, – stated in a press release.

On the eve of President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree, published on the portal of legal information, according to which, together with Ivanov was released from posts of four generals of police. Among other dismissed employees of the interior Ministry was the chief of police of the Republic of Bashkortostan Mikhail Zakamaldin, assistant to the Minister of internal Affairs Andrey Grankin, chief inspector of the Ministry of internal Affairs Evgeny Martynov and first Deputy commander of the troops of the interior Ministry, Alexander Boutin.



Putin dismissed the Prosecutor was suspected of receiving bribes 01.11.2016

Share this news

Share to Google Plus
Share to LiveJournal