Chief Federal Inspector for the Khabarovsk Region accused of accepting bribes
The Khabarovsk Regional Court has sent to theDistrict Courtfor retrialcharges of taking bribes by Vitaly Lukyanchuk, The Chief Federal Inspector in the Khabarovsk Region of the Office of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District.
According to regional press sources, judicial decision on the extent of restraint for Lukyanchuk has not yet been taken.
There is no information on the regional Investigative Committee website regarding this case. However, investigation told the edition Debri that a criminal case has been opened against the Federal Inspector was opened, without going into details.
Meanwhile, on the agency website, the accused is no longer listed in the post that he has held for two years. Lukyanchuk himself has been unavailable for comment, and does not take calls from journalists.
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