Court convicts officials in connection with last summer's flood in Krasnodar territory

A court in Krymsk, the Krasnodar territory, has convicted former public officials for inappropriately performing their duties during a devastating flood last summer, which killed more than 100 people, an Interfax correspondent reported from the courtroom

A court in Krymsk, the Krasnodar territory, has convicted former public officials for inappropriately performing their duties during a devastating flood last summer, which killed more than 100 people, an Interfax correspondent reported from the courtroom.

In particular Vasily Krutko, a former head of the Krymsk district administration, has been sentenced to six years in a penal settlement (a facility in a remote area where convicts must stay to serve their term but are not under guard).

Former Krymsk Mayor Vladimir Ulanovsky has been sentenced to 3 years and 6 months and former acting chief of the Krymsk district emergency situations department Viktor Zhdanov to 4 years and 6 months in a penal settlement.

Irina Ryabchenko, a former head of the village of Nizhnebakanskaya, has been given a suspended sentence of 3 years and 6 months. All these people will also be barred from holding offices in local self-government bodies for three years.

 

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