The head of the HRC in the near future plans to visit Ulyukayev in jail

© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye in fotobelka Ulyukayev after sentencing in Zamoskvoretsky court. 15 Dec 2017The head of the HRC in the near future plans to visit Ulyukayev in jail© RIA Novosti / Michael Voskresenskiye the image Bank

The head of the presidential Council on human rights (HRC) Mikhail Fedotov said that in the near future no plans to visit in jail the ex-Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev, the day before he was already in the «Matrosskaya Tishina», but didn’t see him, because he was before the speaker was delivered.

As said before, the website of the HRC Fedotov on Friday visited the SIZO-1 in Moscow and checked the conditions of detention of accused, suspects and defendants.

«I never met him, because I was there before it was brought there,» said Fedotov RIA Novosti in response to the question, did he Ulyukaev in jail, where he was taken after sentencing.

«In the near future do not plan to visit it. But I know that he has visited the members of the PMC Moscow and revealed certain violations. I’m sure these violations have been corrected. I believe that those visits from the public oversight Commission will continue a number of members of the PMC in Moscow have established themselves as very active and effective», — said the head of the HRC.

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The Zamoskvoretsky court of Moscow on Friday issued a decision on the most high-profile case of corruption in recent years: Ulyukayev was sentenced to eight years of penal colony for bribe reception in 2 million dollars from the head of «Rosneft» Igor Sechin. Additionally, 61-year-old Ulyukayev, the most senior convicted bribe-taker in modern Russian history — was sentenced to a fine of 130 million rubles and eight-year ban to work in government service after his release.

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