Investigation of case on bribes of Krasnoyarsk region Government ex-Deputy Minister terminated
The total amount of bribes was supposed to be 72 million rubles ($1.2m), but only two cars and 14 million rubles managed to get the official.
Charge of receiving ‘kickbacks’ from the state contracts signed with the state organization headed by her earlier - Directorate on complex development of Lower Angara region is brought to the former deputy minister of economic development and investment policy of the Krasnoyarsk Region Nadezhda Marshalkina.
As the press service of regional government of the Investigative Committee of Russia reports, investigation concerning the official, begun in the fall of 2015 is complete.
According to case papers, in fall of 2013 the representative of LLC Sibtranskomplekt transferred 14 million rubles ($247.800) to the account of business concern where Marshalkina was a founder, and also gave to the defendant a Mercedes-Benz ML crossover 350 4MATIC. In turn the company received two contracts with a total cost over 170 million rubles: the first — on construction linearly - cable constructions of Boguchansky hydroelectric power station, the second — on construction of repair and operational point.
Later, in August, 2014, Marshalkina received a BMW X5 crossover worth 1.18 million rubles from the same firm. 55 million rubles in exchange on her assistance in conclusion of the contract for completion of construction of a branch line of Karabul were promised to official — honor Yarki for 550 million rubles ($9.7m).
During the investigation, Marshalkina was imprisoned on guards, and was seized its property and property of her relatives. The ex-official did not admit his guilt.
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