A former employee of the state-owned forestry firm Lesy ČR has been charged with corruption in public procurement, the police said on Friday. The man, identified by the media as the firm’s former IT manager Jan Přibyl, was detained earlier this week. The investigation was triggered by the Finance Ministry which found last year the forestry firm awarded hundreds of millions of crowns worth of IT contracts to the same two companies over the period of several years.
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