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The Prosecutor’s office of the Vologda region approved the indictment in the criminal case against former officials of the city administration of Vologda, and also two heads of commercial organizations and municipal enterprises. They are accused of committing a crime under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code (theft of another’s property by fraud committed using his official position by an organized group, in especially large size).

In addition, two former municipal employees and the Director of the municipal enterprise accused of committing a crime under part 3 of article 285 of the criminal code (abuse of official powers that caused grave consequences).

According to investigators, in July 2013 in the framework of the municipal long-term target program “Construction of motor roads on the territory of municipal formation “City of Vologda” between the city administration and commercial organization was awarded the contract for the construction of transport interchanges in area of Belozersk highway.

The city administration took the work from commercial organizations for the sum more than 110 million rubles.

This is actually the work was done before the conclusion of the municipal contract specified forces and resources of MUP ZHKKH “vologdagorvodokanal” and the estimated cost of the construction was significantly less

As a result of illegal actions of officials of a city administration of Vologda, as well as leaders of commercial organizations and municipal enterprises of the regional and municipal budgets caused damage totaling more than 70 million rubles.

After presenting the accused copies of the indictment criminal case is directed to court for consideration in essence.

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