Ex-Chief of Crimean Road Service to face trial
Vasily Savchenko is accused of negligence in the expenditure of funds allocated for the development of roads.
The investigating authorities of the MID ICR in the Crimea completed the investigation of the criminal case against former Head of state institution - the Crimean Road Service. Vasiliy Savchenko is accused of committing a crime under part 1 of Art. 293 of the Criminal Code (Negligence).
According to the investigation, from June to December 2014, the official inefficiently spent budget money intended for the organization of road safety on the roads of the Crimea. By his actions he has caused damage in the amount of more than 46 million rubles to the regional budget allocated to the region under the state program.
The criminal case with the approved indictment removed to the court for consideration on the merits.
Vasily Savchenko headed the Crimean Road Service from 31 December, 2014 to 2 October, 2015.
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