Head of Crimean Krasnoperekopsk Administration detained for bribe
The official is suspected of receiving 350 thousand rubles ($6.180) from the local businessman.
The Head of Krasnoperekopsk city Administration in the Crimea was detained at taking of a bribe, reports Investigative Committee in the Republic of Crimea.
According to data of the investigation, on April 4, 2017 the suspect got a bribe in the amount of 350 thousand rubles from the businessman for what he promised to assist in the conclusion of the lease contract of municipal rooms which the businessman planned to use for commercial purposes.
Criminal case is initiated against the detainee. His name is not mentioned in the ICR’s message, however, on the official site of the city it is told that the Head of Krasnoperekopsk Administration is Igor Yatsishin.
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