Andsource The accused top manager is unable to re-establish contact with the company. As it became known to Kommersant, Konstantin Mashinskiy, deputy general director of AK Alrosa, was under investigation, accused of abuse by the TFR. With regard to the entrepreneur, the court limited itself to a ban on certain actions, which included the use of the Internet, as well as all types of communications. The restrictions were appealed not only by the defense of the top manager, but also by Alros CEO Sergey Ivanov, who believed that this prevented the subordinate from participating in the management of the company. The Moscow City Court dismissed the appeal in full.
According to Kommersant, a criminal case against Konstantin Mashinskiy was initiated on September 19, 2022. Then the Investigative Committee of the ICR for the Northern District of Moscow, relying on the materials of the FSB, established that the top manager was involved in the commission of a crime under Part 1 of Art. 201 (abuse of authority) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. As a result, after the interrogation, the investigators detained Mr. Mashinsky, charged him and appealed to the Savelovsky District Court, which granted their petition for a ban on certain actions. appearing in the materials of the criminal case. Also, the top manager was not allowed to use landline and mobile phones, instant messengers, tablets, computers, etc. with Internet access.
According to the court decision, Mr. Mashinsky could get access to communications only in case of calling an ambulance, law enforcement officers and emergency services.
Mr. Mashinsky was dissatisfied with the restrictions, in connection with which his lawyer Andrei Bastrakov filed an appeal with the Moscow City Court, asking them to weaken them. As follows from the decision of the city court, motivating the request, the defender indicated that due to the prohibitions imposed by the district court, his client was “deprived of the opportunity to communicate within the framework of his work.” In turn, the lack of the opportunity to phone or talk both with the company's management and with subordinates, according to the defender, “significantly made it difficult for Konstantin Mashinskiy to perform labor functions, and this has already weakened the management efficiency in AK Alrosa.” In the company, Mr. Bastrakov pointed out, his ward “is a key official.”
The lawyer asked the appellate instance to change the decision of the Savelovsky court, allowing his client to “use all means of communication”, including the Internet. At the same time, the defender referred to the appeal of the General Director of Alros Sergey Ivanov, who also asked the court to remove restrictions from his deputy that prevented the performance of official duties, but the appeal did not agree with this. the manager, using his position, “may influence witnesses from among the company's employees, destroy evidence, influence the victim, or otherwise obstruct the investigation.”
At the same time, it should be noted that before joining Alrosa in 2016, Mr. Mashinsky worked at Sibur, where he held the position of Vice President for Organizational Affairs, and then was Senior Vice President, Head of the Corporate Governance and organizational development” OJSC “Stroytransgaz”. At Alrosa, he also oversees corporate matters.