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MOSCOW, July 20 (Itar-Tass) —— The former deputy general director of the Rosatom state-run nuclear power corporation, Yevgeny Yevstratov, was detained for the violations, which were committed at the Rosatom enterprises that the latter was in charge of in St. Petersburg and Murmansk. “The criminal cases are based on the materials, which the corporation passed in the law enforcement agencies,” a Rosatom source commented on Yevstratov’s detention.
“Investigation actions have been taken already for a long time under the criminal episode in Murmansk, the first detention was made in September 2010,” the source said.
Some 35 top managers were dismissed, 220 officials from the Rosatom enterprises were disciplined under the materials, which the Rosatom branches had found in the struggle against corruption in 2010. In the first half of 2011 12 chiefs of nuclear power enterprises were fired, the Rosatom source said.
The criminal cases were already opened under three out of nine packages of documents, which were passed in the investigation bodies this year, the Rosatom source said.