The court rejected the appeal against the sentence of the former Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Vitaly Nakhlupin
The Judicial Collegium for Criminal Cases of the Rostov Regional Court upheld the sentence of the former Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea Vitaly Nakhlupin, who was sentenced to 8 years in a strict regime colony for taking a bribe on an especially large scale. This was reported on Monday in the joint press service of the courts of the Rostov region.
On March 13, 2023, the Judicial Collegium for Criminal Cases of the Rostov Regional Court upheld the verdict of the court of first instance against V. G. Nakhlupin and V. V. Dukorsky, the arguments of the appeal presentation and appeals were not satisfiedthe message says.
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In the case of taking a bribe, the court arrested Nakhlupin, former Deputy Minister of Transport of the Republic Valentin Dukorsky and former First Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Competition Policy of Crimea Yaroslav Slivka. They were charged under Part 6 of Art. 290 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. In addition, the accusation of giving a bribe under Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation was brought against the entrepreneur Chernysheva.
According to investigators, in 2017-2018, through Dukorsky and Slivka, Nakhlupin organized a bribe to secure the victory of certain commercial organizations at auctions for 28 public procurements as part of the implementation of federal and regional programs. The total amount of the bribe amounted to more than 16 million rubles. A pre-trial cooperation agreement was concluded with Slivka, in connection with which the criminal case was separated into a separate proceeding and sent to court. The court sentenced him to 6.5 years in prison on probation.
Nakhlupin has been Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea since January 2016. For more information about Vitaly Nakhlupin, see our
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