Today the five accused of Bulgaria wreck on 10 July 2011 in Kuibyshevsky reservoir have started to read the files of the criminal case. The day before, more than 200 victims completed the procedure of reading of more than 90 volumes of materials which started on 12 May.
As was reported earlier, the final charges were brought against The ship’s sub-lender of Bulgaria Svetlana Inyakina and a senior expert of Kama branch of Russian river register Yakov Ivashov, chief mate Ramil Khametov, head of Kazan line department of Volga Rostransnadzor Department Irik Timergazeyev and his subordinate – chief state inspector Vladislav Semyonov.
Inyakina is charged with rendering services which do not meet safety standards (article 238 of the Russian Criminal Code), violation of the rules for traffic safety and operation of water transportation system (article 263 of the RCC), violation of labor protection rules (article 143 of RCC); Ivashov - wrongful issue of an official document which certifies compliance services rendered by Inyakina with standards of safety to lives or health of consumers (article 238 of RCC), abuse of official powers out of mercenary or any other personal interests (article 285 of RCC); Khametov - violation of the rules for traffic safety and operation of water transportation system (article 263 of RCC); Timergazeyev and Semyonov - abuse of official powers out of other personal interests (article 285 of RCC).
In addition, the decision was made to transfer the case to Tatarstan Investigations Department of the Russian Investigative Committee.