Polonsky accused Sobyanin and Khusnullin of outwitting shareholders
According to the businessman, who is charged with the billions of two housing complexes private investors’ theft, Moscow officials should be called to the court, as well as ex-Mayor Yuri Luzhkov.
Businessman Sergey Polonsky, accused of fraud in the amount of more than 2.6 billion rubles in the construction of residential complexes in Moscow, says during the trial that the guilt does not lie on him, but on the capital's Mayor Sergey Sobyanin and his deputy Marat Khusnullin. In addition, as reported by RIA Novosti, the businessman demanded to subpoena ex-Mayor Yuri Luzhkov.
- I lay the blame on [Deputy Mayor of Moscow on urban policy and construction Marat] Khusnullin and Sobyanin... We will summon them to the court, to apply for their summons. And Yuri Luzhkov, - the agency quotes Polonsky.
Luzhkov has told reporters that he is ready to appear in court if he receives agenda. With regard to Sobyanin and Khusnullin, the Mayor's Office refused to comment on this subject.
Recall that in May 2015 Sergey Polonsky was deported from Cambodia at the request of the Russian side. The businessman is placed in jail. He is accused of embezzling billions of rubles from holders of residential complex Kutuzovskaya Milya and Rublevskaya Riviera.
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