The court sentenced the former first deputy director of the Department of Health of Sevastopol to 8 years in a maximum security colony. The ex-official was found guilty of receiving a large bribe with extortion and negligence.
The court sentenced the former first deputy director of the Sevastopol Department of Health. The ex-official was convicted of committing corruption and official crimes, the press service of the regional department of the Investigative Committee of Russia reported on November 20.
The name of the convicted person is not known. Last December, when the Sevastopol prosecutor’s office sent the indictment to the court, the local portal sevastopol.su reported that we were talking about Vladislav Nusinovwho headed the Medical Information and Analytical Center.
The investigation established that in the fall of 2019, the official demanded that a representative of the subcontractor company, which carried out construction work in the medical institution, organize repairs to his apartments. For this, the first deputy director of the Department of Health promised to enter into direct contracts with the company without conducting competitive procedures, and in case of refusal, to interfere with the organization’s activities. The representative of the construction company was forced to agree to the proposed conditions, after which an agreement was concluded with the organization for the supply of equipment to one of the medical institutions for 299 thousand rubles.
In April 2020, the accused entered into a government contract with several organizations for the supply of personal protective equipment at inflated prices, which caused damage to the budget of Sevastopol in the amount of more than 20 million rubles.
The ex-official was found guilty of receiving a large bribe with extortion and negligence. The court sentenced him to 8 years of imprisonment in a maximum security colony. In addition, he will have to compensate for damage to the budget in the amount of 28 million rubles.
The court’s verdict did not enter into legal force.