Ex-Head of Volga FD General Prosecutor’s Office Aleksandr Belykh may join Lukoil
Brother of the Kirov region governor accused of bribe-taking resigned from the position of chief of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Volga Federal District a few days after the arrest of Nikita Belykh.
According to Kommersant, former Chief of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Volga Federal District Aleksandr Belykh, who worked as prosecutor of the Perm region from 2009 to 2015, may get a job at Lukoil-Perm.
The outlet reports that Belykh may obtain a position in the legal department of the company, the representatives of which has yet to comment on Belykh’s employment.
Let us recall that Aleksandr Belykh headed the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Volga Federal District since 2015 and up to the corruption scandal, the main defendant of which is his younger brother Nikita.
45-year-old Aleksandr Belykh earned his law degree at Perm State University. In 1993, he joined the Russian Prosecutor's Office as Assistant Prosecutor of the Sverdlovsk region, Perm. Later, Belykh worked as district prosecutor, chief of the Investigations Directorate of the Regional Prosecutor's Office, and then as deputy prosecutor of the region; he held the position of prosecutor of the Perm region from 2009 to 2015.
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