Investigative Committee appeals against refusal to direct RusHydro head's case to court
In case of refusal in satisfaction of the complaint, the investigation of the case will be continued.
The Investigative Committee of Russia addressed the Prosecutor General’s Office with the complaint about the refusal to direct to court the case of former head of RusHydro energy company Evgeny Dod and chief accountant of the company Dmitry Finkel, TASS with reference to a source reports.
According to the interlocutor of the agency if Yuri Chaika's department does not satisfy the complaint, then the investigation of the case will be continued.
Earlier it was reported that the Moscow City Court prolonged arrest of the defendant till September 22.
To recall, the investigation accuses Evgeny Dod and Dmitry Finkel of large-scale swindle - being the top manager, Dod, by means of Finkel, issued himself an award of 353,21 million rubles ($6 million) following the results of 2013. The defendants were detained in 2016.
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