Moscow authorities commented on My Street program violations
Representatives of Department of Capital Repairs called comments and the facts of deputy Rashkin doubtful.
Information that the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) recognized violations at the organization of purchases by more than 4 billion rubles ($66.5m) within the program for improvement of Moscow My street, was commented in Administration of Capital Repairs of the capital.
As the press service of the administration told RBC, FAS considered formal points of order, the press service emphasized. “The comments and the facts presented in the publication from deputy Rashkin are doubtful. On Tverskaya Street, on the site from Moss to Pushkin, the areas of work are executed with appropriate quality”, noted the administration.
Earlier deputy of the State Duma from the Communist Party Valery Rashkin urged to establish guilty persons in “destruction of the sidewalks which are laid in 2016 by a granite tile in Moscow’. However, the FAS did not issue the instruction, about elimination of violations. The lawyer emphasizes that the executed contracts “is impossible to cancel already”.
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