Investigators have charged the former Prosecutor of the Leningrad region Stanislav Ivanov in receiving a bribe of 20 million rubles, said on the SC website. It did not arrest because of the disease (according to”Interfax”, acute leukemia). SK requested his release under recognizance not to leave.

“Stanislav Ivanov was charged with committing a crime under part 6 St. 290 criminal code, that is, of taking bribes during the performance of his duties as Prosecutor of the Leningrad region in a large scale in the amount of 20 million rubles”, – stated in the message.

Investigators released under recognizance not to leave former Prosecutor, said his lawyer Anatoly Pchelintsev. “Right now the investigators are traveling to the research Institute named after Gorbacheva, where is my client, where will be elected the measure of restraint in the form of a subscription about not departure”, – TASS said Pchelintsev.

According to investigators, Ivanov in the period 2014-2016, occupying the post of Prosecutor of the Leningrad region, received a monthly bribe of 500 thousand to 1 million rubles from one of the employers for protection when conducting regulatory authorities and the Prosecutor’s office checks.

In addition, at the request of Ivan’s owner got him a new expensive car “Toyota Camry” within two years paid a Parking place for personal car and also paid at least two holiday trips abroad for family attorney in the amount of more than 2 million rubles.

President Vladimir Putin on 31 October 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.



SK was charged with Putin sacked the Prosecutor and asked for his release 04.11.2016

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