By the decision of the Meshchansky Court of Moscow, Vitaly Nadraga, the former head of the information and communications department of the Office of the President of the Russian Federation (UDP), received five years in prison in a case of abuse of power. This was reported on Friday in the press service of the court.
“The court found Nadraga guilty of abuse of power and sentenced him to five years in a penal colony,” the report says.
In addition to the term in the colony, 27,052,365 rubles were recovered from Nadraga. The defendant pleaded not guilty.