Mayor of Troitsk was summoned to FSB for questioning in case of fraud in reservoir's construction
The Mayor of Troitsk Aleksandr Vinogradov was summoned to the FSB in the Chelyabinsk region for questioning in the investigation of the criminal case of swindling in the construction of an urban sewage collector.
From the Head of Troitsk there were required explanations related to the investigation of the criminal case initiated on the director of the company Standart Stroi Service Repair Andrey Yanborisov. The businessman is accused of Swindling on an especially large scale (part 4, Art. 159 of the Criminal Code).
According to the investigating authorities, the Standart Stroi Service Repair company was engaged in the implementation of the order of the Troitsk City Hall related to the construction of the urban sewage collector in the city under the program Chistaya Voda. In this case, the contractor still can not put into operation the object for the past 6 months.
According to Aleksandr Vinogradov, in the management of the company there were carried out the excavation of documentation within the framework of the criminal case in May this year. He also noted that he was invited to the FSB to understand his, as the Head of the city, point of view on the situation.
"I replied that the Administration has a claim to the contractor to perform work. They were paid as much fulfilled. As part of the warranty it is conducted a claim settlement," - stressed Aleksandr Vinogradov.
During the investigation it was found that the contractor company, headed by Andrey Yanborisov, won the tender to conduct the work, made a number of constructive disturbances during construction. As a result, the collector has not yet been launched, and the city budget suffered multimillion-ruble losses.
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A spokesperson of the Prosecutor's office said that the ECHR had not studied all the materials of the criminal case, so they were offered not to overturn the verdict, but to send the case for a new review in court.