Two directors and one tickets controller have been detained today within the searches that anti-corruption officers evolved at the North Bus terminal.
The searches were made within the institution, but also at the employees' homes.
Starting 2016, the cashiers, tickets controllers, call operators organized an illegal scheme to get money.
They were detained for 72 hours.
If found guilty, they risk a fine of up to 4350 conventional units or up to 7 years behind bars. In the both cases, they are forbidden to hold any public offices between 5 and 7 years.
Also, today, the anti-corruption prosecutors started searches at the Railway Station.