Vologda prosecutors suspected local ex-official of golden parachute illegally obtention
Prosecutors suspect the Vologda former clerk of illegally obtaining 1.8 million rubles from the city treasury.
The Prosecutor's Office appealed to the Vologda City Court with a claim and required to recognize as illegal actions of the Mayor's Office related to the pay-off of golden parachute to a former clerk. Prosecutors also asked the court to oblige the former municipal employee to return to the city budget illegally obtained by her one-time payment, the amount of which exceeds 1.8 million rubles.
The fact of the illegal pay-off was found out during the Prosecutor's examination. According to prosecutors, experts examined how well the City Administration fulfilled the legal requirements of the municipal service.
During the raid, it was found that in August this year, one of the employees of the Vologda City Hall wrote a statement about the early termination of her employment contract because of staff reductions. At discharge from the municipal treasury she was illegally paid a bonus, the amount of which exceeded 1.8 million rubles.
Once the violation has been found, the Prosecution asked the court to recognize as illegal actions of the Mayor's Office related to the pay-off of golden parachute to a former clerk.
According to Vologda Region Prosecutor's Senior Assistant Maksim Pegov, the official has not returned illegally obtained money.
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