The decision to fine B. Undarmaa 40 million MNT was upheld
Former MP B. Undarmaa was sentenced by a court of first instance to 2 years and 6 months in prison, and the appellate court commuted her sentence to 6 years in prison and fined her 40 million MNT.
The case was re-examined by the Ulaanbaatar Criminal Court of Appeals on March 31, and the fine of 40 million MNT was upheld. His medical condition, including three major surgeries, had been incomplete and notarized, and he had paid damages to the state, paid interest on the loan, and pleaded guilty during the investigation and trial. was found guilty and sentenced to a fine.
Defendant B. Undarmaa was found guilty of abusing his official position, authority and position, creating an advantage for himself or others, and participating in the crime of inciting a loan from the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Fund to his affiliated enterprises. . 5,780 Tweet