Two former employees of Voronezh Ministry of Emergency Situations caught on bribes
The ex-chief and his employee took money from businessmen in exchange on paperwork on fire safety.
In Voronezh, the former chief of one of territorial departments of supervising activity of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and his employee became persons involved in criminal case about bribes.
According to the investigators, the head of regional government of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in October, 2016 took 50 thousand rubles from the representative of one of the Voronezh firms working in the field of ensuring fire safety. Money was a payment so that during check of one of the Voronezh companies violations of requirements of fire safety would be revealed then this company would conclude with firm which was represented by the briber, the contract for elimination of violations.
Then, in December, 2016 the ex-chief and his 28-year-old subordinate received a bribe of 70 thousand rubles from one of businessmen for that representatives of the Ministry of Emergency Situations promoted in the conclusion of the contract for the sum of more than 270 thousand rubles.
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