Andrei Ishchenko was elected 6 years old
“Red Governor” Andrey Ischenko
sentenced to 6 years in prison and a fine in the first case of fraud in the construction of a residential complex in Vladivostok. The prosecutors asked for more, but their demands were partially met.
“I don’t think there will be an appeal,” he suggested. Chikhunov specified that Ishchenko himself does not yet know whether he will appeal the verdict or not. But the punishment was quite expected.
“In principle, the sentence is expected. We thought they would give five years, they gave six. The prosecutor asked for seven,” the lawyer said. The defense also specified the details of the sentence. In addition to six years in a penal colony and a fine of 400,000 rubles, the court partially granted 22 civil suits worth 100,000 rubles each.
“It turns out that somewhere in the two million two hundred thousand civil claims are satisfied,” Chihunov calculated.
Previously RBC reportedthat for Ishchenko, the prosecutors asked for 7 years in prison and a fine of 500 thousand rubles.
Recall, against Andrey Ishchenko filed a criminal case on the fact of fraud for 380 million rubles. and abuse of power during the construction of an apartment building at 7 Safonova Street in Vladivostok. His company, LLC SK SZ Avrora-Stroy, from December 2016 to June 2021, entered into participation agreements in the shared construction of the Safonov residential complex, but did not fulfill its obligations to shareholders. 179 people suffered from the actions of the developer. Earlier it was reported that Ishchenko first pleaded guilty in this case, but then changed my mind. The troubled house on Safonova has not yet been put into operation, now it are completing at the expense of money from the regional budget.
The second Ishchenko case is also connected with the same residential complex. According to the prosecutor’s office of the Pervomaisky district of Vladivostok, Ishchenko deceived some buyers of housing twice: first he sold non-residential premises under the guise of apartments, and then did not complete the house. He is also blamed in this case. acknowledgedand so far he has not retracted his words.
In October 2022, Ishchenko asked to be called up to participate in a special military operation, but the military registration and enlistment office refused him. […] The deputy of the regional legislature, Ishchenko, participated in the election of the governor of Primorye as a candidate from the Communist Party. He advanced to the second round together with United Russia member and Acting Governor Andrey Tarasenko. Tarasenko refused to continue the campaign and resigned. Ishchenko tried to challenge the election results.
Acting head of the region was appointed Oleg Kozhemyako, until that moment – the governor of the Sakhalin region. In December 2018, he became the governor of Primorye following the elections.