Prosecutor General's Office investigates violations in equity construction

The official representative of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation, Alexander Kurennoy, specially for the NSS prepared the top news agencies, in his opinion, of the news.

Top-1: Prosecutor General’s Office opened 101 criminal cases on violations in equity construction

Prosecutor General's Office investigates violations in equity constructionRIA News

In the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation, one of the priority areas remains lawfulness in the urban development, including in the field of shared housing construction.

In total in 2017, prosecutors identified more than thirty-eight thousand violations of the laws. In order to eliminate them, eight thousand submissions were made. Over six and a half thousand protests have been brought against illegal legal acts. Almost fifteen hundred applications were sent to the courts.

According to the requirements of prosecutors, about six thousand persons were brought to disciplinary and administrative responsibility, and on the basis of the decisions of prosecutors, one hundred criminal cases were instituted by investigative bodies.

Top-2: Results of Surveillance in Land Use Are Summarized

Prosecutor General's Office investigates violations in equity construction

The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation summed up the results of supervisory activities for the implementation of legislation in the sphere of land use in 2017. Last year, prosecutors identified more than one hundred and ten thousand violations in this area.

Prosecutors made over twenty-one thousand submissions, illegal legal acts brought almost eighteen thousand protests. The courts sent more than eleven thousand lawsuits and applications.

At the request of prosecutors more than sixteen thousand officials were brought to disciplinary and administrative responsibility. Six hundred and ninety criminal cases have been brought against investigative materials sent to investigative bodies.

Top 3: US deported Yuri Shurupov to Russia

Prosecutor General's Office investigates violations in equity construction

The competent organs of the United States deported Russian citizen Yury Shurupov to Russia. He is accused of attempted murder. In 2016, at his home in Khabarovsk, Shurupov struck a familiar with a knife in the chest, intending to kill him. However, the victim survived. The accused fled from criminal prosecution and was put on the international wanted list. In 2017, Shurupov was detained in the United States.

Thanks to the cooperation of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation and the American side, it was possible to obtain a decision on the deportation of Shurupov, and he has already been delivered to his homeland.

Top 4: Prosecutor General’s Office filed a lawsuit against illegal drug trafficking

Prosecutor General's Office investigates violations in equity constructionPHOTOS: RIA Novosti / Ruslan Krivobok

The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation sent a criminal case against the illegal sale of drugs to the court.

In the period from 2015 to 2016, two residents of the Sverdlovsk region, as part of an organized criminal group, along with their accomplices, distributed synthetic drugs through the Internet in the city of Yekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk Region. Drugs were received wholesale lots through caches. During the apprehension of the accused in 2016, as well as at their place of residence, more than nine kilograms of drugs were seized.

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