Krasnodar, 25 December – Yug Times. Our today’s interviewee is Sergei Tabelsky, Krasnodar Regional Prosecutor, 2nd Class State Counsellor of Justice.
Q.: The infamous criminal case of the atrocious murder of the mother of a large family in Psebai has been closely watched by the entire country. Now the legal process is being in progress - what is the position of the prosecution? What punishment will the Prosecutor’s Office request for the accused?
A.: The Krasnodar Regional Court received the criminal case of the murder of the mother of a large family in Psebai for consideration on the merits on 23 November. On behalf of the General Prosecutor’s Office, the regional Prosecutor’s Office will be supporting the state prosecution on this case. The court hearing on the merits began on 19 December.
Q.: The control over medical malpractice is being toughened in Russia. What is the statistics of such cases in the Krasnodar region?
A.: It is always hard to produce proofs on the criminal cases of that category, because the main evidence of the fact of medical malpractice has to be performed with the participation of various experts and examination of the medical documents. As for the statistics, this year 42 criminal cases on medical malpractice were initiated in the Krasnodar region.
Q.: What were the most important facts of corruption infringements detected by the [regional] Prosecutor’s Office this year?
A.: The result of the work of all law enforcement bodies aimed at the fight with corruption in most corruptible spheres was detection of 141 crimes related with embezzlement of budget funds, 64 crimes connected with land turnover, 39 crimes related with the placement of orders for governmental and municipal requirements, and 23 crimes regarding housing and communal services. More than 265 corrupt officials have been condemned; the average amount of an unlawful remuneration was 1.55 million roubles, and the maximum one was 95 million roubles - this money was received by a Sochi city official in exchange of the permit for construction activity.
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