RIGA - The prosecutor is seeking jail sentences of four years for Latvijas Dzelzcels (Latvian Railways; LDz) national rail company's former CEO Ugis Magonis and Estonian businessman Oleg Ossinovski who are being tried in Latvia for bribery, LETA was told at the prosecutor's office.
The prosecution is also demanding confiscation of Magonis' property and a five-year ban on holding managerial positions in state-owned and municipal enterprises.
The prosecution is not asking for any additional penalties for Ossinovski.
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