Appeal against Crimea deputy prime minister’s detention set for November 14
MOSCOW, October 30 (RAPSI) – The Moscow City Court will consider an appeal against detention of Crimea’s deputy prime minister Vitaly Nakhlupin involved in a bribery case on November 14, the spokesperson of Moscow’s Basmanny District Court Yunona Tsareva told RAPSI on Tuesday.
On October 18, the official was detained until December 16.
Nakhlupin stands charged with receiving bribes on an especially large scale. He pleads not guilty.
Crimean leader Sergey Aksenov earlier wrote on his Facebook page that investigation concerned other officials as well. According to the republic’s head, investigative actions were conducted in the committee on road industry and competition policy, highway service and in Crimeagasseti and Krymenergo companies.