Thursday, March 26, 2009

Asked Deputy Prosecutor General's "Kommersant" to refute the article about the housing scandal.

Deputy Attorney General of Russia in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Gulyagin asked the newspaper "Kommersant" to refute the information contained in a published article "Deputy prosecutor general took over a car seat." As the RIA Novosti, an official told about this at a press conference in Khabarovsk. Gulyagin stated that the data contained in the article were false, and told that sent to the editor "Kommersant" denial of a request to publish it.
Recall, in this article, issued on 25 March 2009, stated that the deputy prosecutor suspected of involvement in the machinations of the state apartment, which was allegedly illegally resold to private individuals. According to the newspaper, the investigation is trying to attract the Deputy General Prosecutor for criminal proceedings, but this supposedly does not allow the General Prosecutor's Office.
Gulyagin, commenting on this information, said that for such a crime is judged that a gang of fraudsters and their accomplices are trying to unravel the case, as well as to discredit the law enforcement and prosecutors.

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