Former Head of Northwest Police signed order on golden parachutes for MIA employees on 19 million rubles
This was reported by a witness at the hearing.
The Deputy Head of the Audit Office of the Regional Research Affairs Maria Ermolina gave testimony in the case of golden parachutes to the Interior Ministry employees. According to her, three orders on subordinates' bonuses, totaling 19 million rubles, were signed by the ex-Head of the North-West Police Aleksandr Monastyrshin. These facts were revealed by Ermolina during the audit, carried out on the order of the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Kolokoltsev.
Monastyrshin, in turn, said that he had never met the witness.
The investigation revealed that in May 2014 after the elimination of the MD MIA on the North-West 32 former employees were awarded for a total amount of 19.1 million rubles. However, accused could not dispose of entrusted property.
At the same time, former policemen demanded from the company LSR. Real estate - Northwest to fulfill obligations under the contract, according to which the company should transfer 21 available apartments to their relatives and friends. The approximate value of the property amounted to 102 million rubles. Soon, the construction company employees knew the fact of the agency liquidation, in connection with which the operation was suspended.
Under the case there were detained the former Head of the State Ministry of Interior in the North-West Vitaly Bykov, the ex-Chief of police for the Northwestern Federal District Alexander Monastyrshin and three former employees of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs: Svetlana Shatova, Irina Burkhanova and Ivan Lozyuk. All the defendants deny their guilt.
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