Former vice mayor of Magnitogorsk sentenced for bribery to 10 years in prison


April 10 Chelyabinsk Regional Court at its session convicted a former vice-mayor of Magnitogorsk Vitaly Sidorenko. Ex-officer found guilty of accepting a bribe and preparing for the second, he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in a colony with a fine of one million rubles. Also, after serving a term he had for three years will not be able to hold positions of municipal services. 

Together with the Sidorenko convicted a former chairman of the City Property Management Committee Alexey Dyuldin and businessman Alexei Savinkov. The first two tricks for getting sent to the colony for seven years, fined 600,000 rubles, and deprived of the right to hold municipal office for a term of two years. Kommersant Savinkov, speaking accomplice in bribery Sidorenko and Dyuldina, was sentenced to three years in prison and a fine of 150,000 rubles.

Announcement surround sentence ended today, April 10, late in the evening. All three defendants were awaiting the verdict on the loose — on house arrest, were taken into custody in the courtroom. 

According to the General Prosecutor's Office, the court found that in 2007 Dyuldin received a bribe of 50,000 rubles from the regional representatives of the company's car sales for the paperwork to acquire the land. In 2008, Sidorenko and Savinkov offered a businessman from Yekaterinburg land for commercial development within the Magnitogorsk, asking in exchange for a bribe in the form of registration of ownership of part of the premises of the building under construction, the total cost of which amounted to about 10 million rubles.

"Also, Sidorenko, Savinkov and Dyuldin offered the same employer for a bribe of about five million rubles to allocate another plot urban area for hotel construction — said in a statement on the website of the supervisory authority. — In September 2009, after the receipt of the due amount of $ 2.7 million rubles accomplices were detained by law enforcement officials. "

Add that in the course of the investigation two officials were dismissed from their posts.

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