Ex-head of Dagestan's Federal Registration Service owns $310,3m’s worth of undeclared property
Safiyula Magomedov and his four former subordinates own more than 300 properties.
Investigators found that Safiyula Magomedov, the former Dagestani head of the Federal Registration Service, and four department officials have more than 300 real estate items worth about 20 billion rubles ($310,3m), the press service of the ICR reports. The ICR intends to petition for an attachment order.
Safiyula Magomedov, as well as employees of the Dagestan office of the Federal State Registration Service, Zaur Kichiev, Timur Ayubov, Renat Shikhveledov and Adilya Klycheva became involved in a criminal case into the creation of an organized group and participation therein abusing their official position on May 22 (part 1, part 2, part 3 of Art. 210 of the Criminal Code).
The investigation believes that the suspects created a criminal community for illegal enrichment through property frauds in 2000. The damage from the defendants’ acts is estimated at more than 370 million rubles.
Fikret Radzhabov was also detained in the case. The deputy of the People’s Assembly of Dagestan was head of the legal department of the Makhachkala administration at the time of the alleged crime. Another person arrested is Zuleikhat Dagirov, the chief expert of the republican department of the Federal Registration Service.
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