Chief architects of Rostov-on-Don and Rostov region detained for illegal building licensing
60 shared construction participants suffered as a result of actions by the officials.
Chief architects of Rostov-on-Don and Rostov region Roman Ilyugin and Aleksey Polyansky, as well as chief architect of the administration of the Martynovsky district Aleksander Korchiga have been detained for suspicion of excess of powers while issuing building licensing, reports the media office of the regional directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia.
Criminal cases into excess of powers (item 1 and 3 of article 286 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) have been initiated against the officials. The investigation theory is that the architects had illegally issued building licensing. Money of more than 60 shared construction participants was stolen as a result of actions by the officials.
At the present time, the officials are in custody. The measure of restraint is being chosen. Representatives of the Federal Security Service Directorate took part in the operative actions.
Rostov region’s government reported they did not possess data on Polyansky’s detention, reports Interfax. The agency’s source specified that the day before, on February 11, Polyansky had given a notice of resignation; on February 12, he didn't show up to work.
The media office of Rostov-on-Don administration also reported they did not possess data on the detention of the city’s chief architect.
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