Сourt arrests Spanish hotel belonged to Moscow region district Head
One of the witnesses in the case stated that Alexander Postigana had real estate abroad.
The Klin City Court has arrested the Spanish hotel Roger de Flor Palace, owned by Alexander Postrigan, a suspect in the abuse of office, and the former head of the Klin district of Moscow region, Kommersant reports. The court banned any transactions with a European hotel during the preliminary investigation of the Postigan's case.
It is reported that one of the witnesses in the case, Atabek Kasumov reported that the former official had a property abroad. Kasumov said that Postrigan re-assigned half of his shares in his company owning a hotel in the village of Lloret de Mar in Spanish Catalonia 15 years ago.
Earlier it was reported that the Prosecutor General’s Office required to collect 9 billion rubles worth property into the state’s income, including 1699 real estate properties with a cadastral value of at least 4.3 billion rubles. Most of these objects are land plots in the Klin district of Moscow region.
Alexander Postrigan was detained on suspicion of exceeding his official authority when renting an apartment building on June 2018. According to the investigation, he signed the act of putting the house into operation, despite the defects that could lead to the destruction of the building. Klin administration claimed against the ex-Head for 34 million rubles. The investigation believes that violations were committed during the construction of another 17 apartment buildings, and the total amount of damage reaches 2 billion rubles.
The investigation also believes that Postrigan received a bribe in the form of building materials for 36.7 million rubles from the representative of the developer Klinstroydetal OJSC for assistance in transferring the land plot for rent and general patronage during the construction and commissioning of six residential buildings.
Alexander Postrigan headed the Klinsky district of the Moscow region for 17 years - until 2014.
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