Kuban official gave orphans of the apartment in the barracks for the prisoners
Investigators in the Kuban began an investigation against the head of the Ust-Labinsk district Nicholas Artyushchenko after his administration has bought apartments for children-orphans in the barracks where the prisoners were held under part 2 of article 286 UK (“Excess of powers of office”). About it reports a press-service of management of Investigatory Committee on Krasnodar territory.
According to investigators, the district administration conducted e-auctions and concluded municipal contracts for the purchase of nine apartments to children left without parental care, worth more than 9.4 million rubles.
Artyushchenko took their property, and signed the acts of acceptance-transmission without carrying out obligatory in such cases, examination of compliance with sanitary-technical norms. “Earlier in these buildings barracks the prisoners were held and according to the expert conclusions of those premises are inadequate and not suitable for living,” the message reads.
In Russia, more than 449 thousand orphans or children left without parental care. Most of them in the Primorye and Krasnoyarsk territories.
In 2017 there were registered 55 thousand new families who stood on the account in bodies of guardianship and guardianship or in a regional databank about children.