Ex-mayor Igor Pushkarev taken to jail Vladivostok

the Convicted ex-mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev arrived a stage in Vladivostok and placed in jail in one of main avenues of the capital of Primorye. A message about this myself Pushkarev published January 21 in his account in Facebook, reports “News:Primorye”.

“Well, here I am in Vladivostok. Let here was strange: from Moscow to Chelyabinsk, then Irkutsk, Chita, Khabarovsk then and now, I am in jail, Partizansky Ave. But no matter what, understanding that he was in his hometown and loved ones very close, the soul is much easier. Vladivostok is my home, and the house is always better. How long I will stay in jail is unknown. May have planned my participation in court hearings on the suit of the Prosecutor General for the recovery of 3.2 billion rubles with me and my company (after reviewing this claim I requested my participation). Recall, the suit was brought in the Soviet court of Vladivostok, and his hearing is scheduled for January 27,” wrote the former mayor of Vladivostok.

the Stage from Moscow to Vladivostok stretches for the former head of Vladivostok for more than 40 days. Informed “News:Primorye” reported that “Pushkarev will “sit” in the far East”.

In April 2019, the Tver court of Moscow has announced a sentence to Igor Pushkarev, his brother, Andrei Pushkarev and entrepreneur Andrei Lushnikov. The ex-mayor of Vladivostok sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in a strict regime colony, the former head of the MUPV “Roads of Vladivostok” for 10 years in a penal colony, former General Director of “Vostokcement” – on 8 years probation. All three are fined 500 million rubles. In October the Moscow city court left the conviction in force. In late may, the General Prosecutor’s office announced that it will require using the court to recover from the former mayor of Vladivostok Pushkarev in favor of the state 3.2 billion rubles illegally obtained.

the basis for the claim was “revealed facts Kartelprofessional collusion of the mayor and its subordinate institution “Roads of Vladivostok” with his brother’s companies (group of companies “Vostokcement”). The claim presented Pushkarev and eight co-defendants. Currently, this suit considers the Soviet court of Vladivostok.

Text: GTRK “Vladivostok”