The Supreme court reversed the decisions of two lower courts about collecting from the Federation Council member Franz Klintsevich 285 thousand rubles for a holiday in a sanatorium near Moscow “Rus”. About it his lawyer Sergei Khudyakov Tuesday, June 27, reported RIA Novosti.
Klintsevich said that he considers the current fair verdict. The lawsuit, he said, was a reaction to the former management OOOIVA — “Disabled veterans” who owns the resort, at check of use of budgetary funds, which is held by public authorities. “Required by any means to turn the attention to someone else. The more that I was aware of the “kitchen” and prevent them”, — said the Senator.
The politician expressed the hope that “in this story come to an end,” and investigation of misuse of funds by the Association of invalids of Afghan war will continue.
In the summer of 2016 the Ruzsky district court of Moscow ordered the Klintsevich, Vogelauer Russian Union of veterans of Afghanistan (RSVA), to pay 285 thousand rubles for a stay in the sanatorium “Russia” on the eve of new year 2015. It was reported that with him rested his Deputy Vladimir Kostyuchenko and eight people. The administration of the institution said that Afghan soldiers can be in a sanatorium free of charge if they have a referral from a doctor and the Senator and his companions medical records was not, however, they received “high quality food and qualified medical care”.
The Senator said that he has the right to break free and to be treated in “Russia” as a participant in the fighting, but did not use them and spend the holidays in a different location, drove to the resort only on 1 January to greet friends. The prosecution, according to him, arose from his long-standing conflict with the head of the organization “war Invalids” Andrew Chepurny and, in particular, from-for initiated by the Klintsevich check the activities of the latter.
The newspaper “Kommersant”, betrayed that story claimed that, according to the records from surveillance cameras, Klintsevich has been in rehab at least a few days.