Interfax learned about the decision of the court to release Ulyukaev ahead of schedule
According to Interfax, the court decision on parole for the ex-head of the Ministry of Economic Development was made on April 27; if he is not appealed, Ulyukaev will be able to leave the colony by mid-May. In 2017, he was sentenced to eight years in prison “Interfax” learned about the decision of the court to release Ulyukaev ahead of schedule” />
The court in Tver granted the request for early release from the colony of the former Minister of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukaev, Interfax reports. with a link to the source. The VChK-OGPU Telegram channel also writes about this.
According to the interlocutor, the decision on this was made on April 27, and if it is not appealed, Ulyukaev will be able to leave the colony by mid-May, taking into account the holidays.
The source of the agency added that the prosecutor's office and the administration of the colony did not object to the parole of the ex-minister and “noted his good behavior.”
Ulyukaev was detained on November 14, 2016 at the office of Rosneft, and the next day he was placed under house arrest. At the end of 2017, the Zamoskvoretsky District Court sentenced him to eight years in a strict regime colony and a fine of 130 million rubles. The court found the ex-head of the Ministry of Economic Development guilty of taking a bribe in the amount of $ 2 million from the head of Rosneft; Igor Sechin.
Ulyukaev himself declared his innocence and said that he was the victim of a provocation. In his last speech, the former minister said that he was only guilty of “compromising too often” when he was “spinning in a bureaucratic round dance.”
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In April 2018, the Moscow City Court upheld the verdict, and in August rejected the cassation appeal of the ex-minister's lawyers.
Ulyukaev is serving his sentence in a correctional colony near Tver, where he was transferred in May 2018 . The ex-official said that he works there in the library, conducts economic lectures for prisoners and prepares them for the exit— gives advice on mortgages, loans, savings, and the labor market.
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