North Ossetia Federal Property Agency Head sold land plots for a song
Alan Tsabiev is accused of abuse of authority and exceeding official powers.
The Head of the North Ossetia Federal Property Agency Alan Tsabiev is abuse of authority and exceeding official powers, according to the Interior Ministry press service.
According to investigators, in 2013 Tsabiev fulfilled the transaction for the sale of Razryad factory's land for 1.5 million rubles, while its actual cost is 62 million rubles. Note that the executive director of the Razryad defense company Ruslan Gazaev is also under investigation on suspicion of Embezzlement (part 4 of Art. 160 of the Criminal Code). According to sources, Gazaev is placed under house arrest.
In addition, Tsabiev signed official documents, according to which from the federal property the land area of 10 hectares in the Prigorodny district was seized. This land was handed over to a private person, which is currently intends to issue it as a personal property.
In relation to the Head of the North Ossetia Federal Property Agency a criminal case initiated under part 3 of Art. 285 of the Criminal Code (Abuse of Official Powers) and part 1 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code (Exceeding Official Powers).
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, Tsabiev was arrested at work in September this year. According to Kavkazsky Uzel, the suspect is placed in custody.
The Vladikavkaz Plant Razryad is a part of Rostech public corporation. 90% of the plant's production goes to the needs of the Ministry of Defence. In August 2016 the leadership of the Republic and the Rostech state corporation announced plans on increase of production capacities of the defense enterprise.
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