The court rejected the claim Navalny to the operator “Plato”


The Moscow arbitration court has refused the claim of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexei Navalny to the operator “Plato” — the company “RT-invest the Transport System” (RTAS), which is a joint venture of the son of businessman Arkady Rotenberg and “daughter” Rostech “RT-invest” and also to the Airport. About it the oppositionist wrote in his Twitter.

FBK in court trying to appeal the fact of conclusion of the concession agreement between Rosavtodor and RTAS without competition.

As noted in his Twitter lawyer FBK Ivan Zhdanov, a discussion of the agreement on the court took place “without the text of the agreement”.

At the end of December 2015 Bulk in his blog has published a concession agreement between the Federal road Agency and ARTIST, which is called “the secret”. In particular, the opposition leader then said that in the agreement there is a condition under which the fee concession will not be charged. The document also notes that the state pays the company 10.6 bn, excluding taxes. However, as underlined by the Bulk of the document remains unclear, “where did this amount, economic justification it is not”.

At the same time Navalny gave the Rosavtodor response to a request to provide a concession agreement. The Agency, according to the publication of the opposition, pointed to the failure to disclose details, “the agreement related to confidential information or a trade secret”.

The operator of the system “Platon” RTID was appointed by the government in 2014. The collection of tolls truck weighing over 12 tons on Federal highways began on 15 November 2015. Earlier in interview the head of Rostec Sergey Chemezov said that the competition didn’t hold, in order to prevent “the possibility of leakage from Russia is very sensitive information.” He also emphasized that this system “one of the major systems of telematics in the world.”

The launch of the system “Platon” has led to mass protests among truckers, including in Moscow. The operator, despite large-scale protests, called the launch successful. The head of Rosavtodor Roman Starovoit in an interview , in turn, noted that protesting “some people — about 1%”.