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Former Deputy Governor of the Vladimir region received a new term for bribery

The court sentenced the previously convicted to 11 years imprisonment on charges of corruption, former Deputy Governor of the Vladimir region, Dmitry Khvostov to 12 years in prison for bribery, reports SUCK in the region.

In 2018, the Khvostov court sentenced to 11 years in strict regime colony and a fine of more than 560 million rubles for taking bribes. According to investigators, in 2014, the Tails received bribes 1.4 and 2.2 million rubles, and in 2015-2016 - has received a bribe in the form of property rights to the apartment cost about 6.4 million rubles, and 800 thousand rubles and more than 9 million roubles - money.

This time Khvostov again found guilty of receiving bribes in large and especially large size. In 2015, Tails, as has established a consequence, illegally lobbied for the interests of the construction company to expedite approval of the project plan of the territory of Vladimir.

"From the construction firm through an intermediary for the illegal actions of the senior official received 10 million rubles", - stated in the message.

In addition, in the same year Tails "contributed to the decision to lift the ban on construction work through subordinate officials, and officials of local self-government in the interests of the businessman." For its services, the Deputy Governor asked two mobile phones worth more than 100 thousand rubles.

"The Leninsky district court of Vladimir given the ongoing punishment for past crimes Dmitry Khvostov sentenced to imprisonment for a term of 12 years with a fine in the amount of 40 million rubles and deprivation of the right to hold certain positions for a period of three years", - informs a consequence.