The former head of the Udmurt Republic Soloviev placed under house arrest
Moscow. 7 Aug. INTERFAX.RU — Basmanny court of Moscow moved from jail under house arrest the former head of Udmurtia Alexander Soloviev, who is accused of corruption.
“The petition of the investigation about the change Solovyov accused the measure of restraint in form of detention to house arrest subject to satisfaction”, — is spoken in the decision of the judge Elena Lena, released on Monday.
Thus, the court satisfied the petition of the investigation, which asked the court to release the former head of the Udmurt Republic from the detention center and send him under house arrest.
Solovyov was arrested April 4 on suspicion in receiving a bribe in the amount of 140 million rubles and brought to Moscow. On the same day, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his resignation in connection with loss of trust.
The former head of Udmurtia pleaded guilty and is testifying in the case.
According to investigators, in the years 2014-2016 Solovyov received from representatives of organizations engaged in the construction of bridge crossings over river Kama and river Buoy the city kambarki, bribes totaling 139 million rubles, and also in the form of shares in the commercial organization worth 2.7 million rubles.