Prosecutor Boris Neporozhny noted that he considers all the evidence presented by Alexei Ulyukayev to commit corruption crimes to be exhaustive. RIA News cites the statement of the prosecutor:
At the hearing were examined relevant evidence.
The Moscow Zamoskvoretsky Court today debates the parties, after which the court can issue a final verdict in one of the most notorious cases of corruption in recent years in the Russian Federation. For the first time in the dock there is a man who was the minister of the federal government.
Alexey Ulyukaev himself does not recognize himself guilty, preferring to tell journalists about his favorite books and pour in metaphors and catch phrase.