The Moscow city court upheld the search, the ex-head of Udmurtia Solovyov

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The Moscow city court upheld the search warrant in the house of the former head of Udmurtia Alexander Soloviev in the case of receiving a bribe of 140 million rubles, the correspondent of RIA Novosti news from the courtroom.

Thus, the court dismissed the appeal by his lawyer Sergei Larionov. A search was made in the house of the accused in the Udmurt village of Stone without judgment, only by an investigator who decides that the operational activities required to carry out without delay. Subsequently, the investigator was informed about it Basmanny court of Moscow and they decided that he acted legally.

«The decision of the Basmanny court of Moscow to leave without change, the appeal complaint of the lawyer without satisfaction», — announced the decision of the judge.

The lawyer insisted that the search without a court decision is possible only in exceptional cases, and the investigator has not substantiated this exceptional, being confined to generalities.

Solovyov himself was not involved in the meeting. Of the SIZO «Lefortovo» he sent a statement that the lawyer Larionov does not need the arguments of his complaint for search warrant not supported. «We don’t know how he had taken the refusal. Currently, the investigation authorities violate the law and not provide me and other lawyers Dating with my client,» said Larionov. He explained that he was hired by relatives of the accused.

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 in the Udmurt Republic, bribes in the form of money totaling 139 million rubles, and also in the form of shares in the commercial organization, the cost of 2.7 million rubles. For Solovyov it was to provide an extraordinary and immediate payment of work performed from the Federal and regional budgets, and the allocation of licenses for geological study of subsoil and exploration and mining of sand and sand-gravel mixtures, the report says.

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