Nikita Belykh is tired out waiting for wedding and complains to PMC
The former Governor of the Kirov region, who is in jail, told members of the Public Monitoring Commission (PMC) that he was not allowed marrying.
Former Head of the Kirov region Nikita Belykh is not satisfied that he can not get married in jail for five months. TASS reports with reference to the Moscow Public Monitoring Commission, whereto the official lodged a complaint.
"I'm worn out, the groom is exhausted. The investigator said that gave permission on the marriage, but documents were supposedly sent by mail and the pre-trial detention center did not receive it," – TASS quoted Belykh.
The detention facility confirmed that it has not received documents supported marriage.
Earlier, the bride of the official Ekaterina Reyfert accused investigators in loss of resolution to her wedding with Belykh. According to the woman, the ICR refused to give her even a copy of the document that gives her a doubt whether the document exists.
Recall, Nikita Belykh was arrested red-handed on June 24 at Moscow restaurant July 28, he was dismissed from his post as the Governor of the region in connection with the loss of confidence. According to investigators, Belykh received 400 thousand euros in total. The politician does not admit his guilt. According to the decision of the Basmanny Court of Moscow, the arrest of the former Governor is extended until 24 March 2017.
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