Cheboksary ex-Mayor traveled to Kazakhstan for someone else's expense
Irina Klementyeva has already been convicted in six criminal episodes.
Former Head of the city of Cheboksary Irina Klementyeva is suspected of committing another crime. On the account of ex-official there are six criminal episodes.
This time the investigators charge Klementyeva under part 3 of Art. 160 of the Criminal Code (Misappropriation committed with the use of his official position). As reported by the Investigative Directorate of the ICR in Chuvashia, the woman, who was the Head of the Insurance Company Chuvashia-Med, traveled to the city of Aktau, Kazakhstan, to participate in the International Conference of World Heritage Cities of Eurasia in August 2014. On the trip she spent over 100 thousand rubles ($1750), whereas past event had nothing to do with the activities of the company headed by her.
Earlier, criminal cases were brought against Klementyeva under part 1 of Article 285 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Abuse of Official Powers - 3 episodes) and under Article 160 of the Criminal Code of the Rusian Federation (Embezzlement committed with the use of his official position - 2 episodes). You can read about details of the charges against her in the article of the CrimeRussia - Past sins: Cheboksary Mayor awarded contracts to her family business.
As part of the investigation of criminal cases, 19 searches were conducted, more than 60 witnesses were interrogated.
In June this year the Moskovsky District Court of Cheboksary placed Klementyeva under house arrest until 15 November.
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