St.Petersburg court sought from ex-Deputy Nesterova's assistants $81.400 in favor of Smolny
Earlier, criminal case of fraud defendants were sentenced to four years probation each.
The Kalininsky District Court of St. Petersburg upheld the claim of the Committee on Social Policy and the city Prosecutor's Office against aides of ex-Deputy of the Legislative Assembly Svetlana Nesterova, convicted of fraud. Information about this is published in the database Pravosudie (Justice).
However, the press service of the Social Policy Committee of St. Petersburg told Rosbalt that did not know about the lawsuit.
Earlier, Smolny together with the Krasnogvardeisky district Prosecutor's Office filed a lawsuit on solidarity 4.7 million rubles ($81.400) to entrepreneur Svetlana Hasanova and Nesterova's assistants - Vera Shishkina and Tatiana Kitova, who were detained upon a criminal case of fraud.
According to law enforcement officers, all three of them, acting on the orders of the Legislative Assembly Deputy Svetlana Nesterova provided false information on the volume and cost of rendered services on social programs to the Committee on Social Policy of St. Petersburg, which is the main manager of cash grants. As a result, according to the ICR, accomplices committed embezzlement of funds in the amount of more than 4.5 million rubles.
The Krasnogvardejsky Court of St. Petersburg sentenced Hasanova, Shishkina and Kitova to four years probation each in June 2016. Nesterova, in turn, was charged under part 3 of Art. 33, part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code (Organization of Theft of another's property by deception by a group of persons on prior conspiracy using his/her official position on a large scale).
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