Former "Deputy Prime Minister" Kabanov was detained in occupied Crimea
Former occupying Crimean Deputy Prime Minister Yevhen Kabanov, who had resigned on September 23, was detained the same day.
The father of the former "official", Konstantin Kabanov, confirmed it to the Russian news agency TASS.
"I confirm. He was detained for 48 hours", - he said.
According to RIA "Novosti", the occupiers carried out investigative actions at the workplaces of the dismissed "Deputy Prime Minister" and "Minister of Construction and Architecture" Mikhail Khramov.
Kabanov can be accused of abuse of office with serious consequences, as well as fraud and corruption.
What is known
- On September 23, the occupying parliament of Crimea approved Kabanov's resignation. "Minister of Construction and Architecture of Crimea" Mikhail Khramov also resigned on September 22.
- In 2016, Yevhen Kabanov held the post of the "Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea on Property and Land Relations". In 2014, Kabanov served as a "deputy of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea of the first convocation".