Orsha official’s son got caught on corruption?
12:13, — crime
A well-known in a certain circle company TopEuroStroi got all the construction works orders from the district executive committee.
Law enforcement agencies in Orsha clutched their heads as soon as the first outcomes of the inspection of the company’s activities came out. It turned out that the company, not notable at first glance, not having either an office or a legal address in the town, not possessing a single unit of construction equipment for carrying out even simplest construction works, regularly came out as the winner of all possible biddings in the sphere of construction works, charter97.org’s source reports.
It is unclear how to explain such luck. Some people say that the reason is that the owner of the abovementioned company is Andrej Khurbatau, the son of the deputy chairman of Orsha district executive committee Ivan Khurbatau.
The bidding themselves looked very peculiar. The company came as the winner, but being unable to perform the works, attracted other construction companies as subcontractors, which too participated in the same bidding contests, but for some reason lost. As a result the construction was done by the effort of the loser companies, whereas the money went to Khurbatau’s firm.
The inspection revealed large scale cases of overstated prices, amounts of carried out works and the regulations for carrying out economic operations. It is not surprising that by in terms of 2012-2013 totals Khurbatau Junior’s personal account received over 3 billion roubles of earnings from the prosperous company.
By the way the company TopEuroStroi is registered at a residential address in Minsk, where lives… Ivan Khurbatau’s daughter Halina lives.
It came out that Orsha officials and the administration of the superior Viciebsk region executive committee did all possible to conceal the outcomes of the unpleasant inspection. No outcomes of the inspection went to media, also silent remain the press-services of the Investigatory Committee, police and prosecutor’s office. Independent observers incline towards the thought that they will most likely attempt to hush the case up.