Principal of Astrakhan-based training school for troubled youth leases out educatees

Principal of Astrakhan-based training school for troubled youth leases out educatees

From June up to October, teenage educatees of a special boarding school went to a construction site - as was directed by the school’s principal - and carried out construction works and repairs.

Principal of an Astrakhan-based training school for underaged law breakers used to lease out the school’s educatees in order for them to carry out construction works. Criminal case under article 286 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Exceeding official powers) has been initiated into the incident, reports Interfax with reference to a representative of the Investigative Committee of Russia Andrey Khegai.

Khegai says that from June up to October, the teenage educatees of the special boarding school went to a construction site - as was directed by the school’s principal - and carried out construction works and repairs.

Source of Interfax notes that the principal was paid 500 rubles ($7) for each day one teenager worked. At the present time, investigators are determining how many educatees had been put on the ‘job’.

The case against the principal is reported to have been initiated on the grounds of the papers prepared by the regional office of the Federal Security Service.

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