Kabardino-Balkaria official helped his son-in-law to illegally obtain nearly 4 million rubles from budget
The Deputy Head of the rural settlement has promoted his son-in-law in the formulation of subsidies, on which the relative had no rights.
The Deputy Head of the Kamlyukovo village Administration of the Zolsky District of Kabardino-Balkaria Sef Thabisimov is suspected of illegal formulation of subsidies for his son-in-law.
Tkhabisimov’s son-in-law gave to the village Administration false documents that he is a sub-tenant of the land, on which they allegedly laid perennials. In the absence of the head of the village in the workplace, Thabisimov assured documents with his signature and seal of the administration. After this paper was sent to the Ministry of Agriculture of the CBR to provide subsidies for reimbursement of costs incurred in the amount of 3.8 million rubles.
In the absence of the Head of the village in the workplace, Thabisimov assured documents with his signature and seal of the Administration. After this paper was sent to the Ministry of Agriculture of the CBR to provide subsidies for reimbursement of costs incurred in the amount of 3.8 million rubles.
"The criminal intent of the suspect and his relative was not completed, because it was revealed during the audit, which carried out by employees of the republican Prosecutor's Office and the FSB", - said the investigation.
With regard to Tkhabisimov it was opened a criminal case under article Abuse of Official Powers (part 1 of Article 285 of the Criminal Code.) and in respect of his son-in-law under the article Attempted Swindling in obtaining payments (part 3 of Article 30, part 4 Art. 159.2 of the Criminal Code).
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