Mayor of Nizhny Novgorod chooses Miami
The family of Ivan Karnilin has two apartments in the USA.
It is became known that Nizhny Novgorod Mayor Ivan Karnilin owns undeclared property in Miami. Apartments at the cost of $ 824 thousand and $ 1.1 million (130 million rubles) were acquired in December 2013 and July 2014 in the name of Albina Karnilina - the Mayor's wife. The Anti-Corruption Foundation of Alexey Navalny reported that. In addition, in the Florida's property papers the Mayor's daughter, Irina Ovchinnikova, is listed. According to the extract from Rosreestr in Nizhny Novgorod, they are registered in one apartment with Karnilin.
Karnilin's house in Miami
At the same time, in the income statement the Mayor does not specify his US real estate and his wife's income. Karnilin's official income for 2015 is amounted to 4.7 million rubles, despite the fact that only tax for US real estate it was paid about 76 thousand dollars or nearly 5 million rubles for 2014-2016.
Both apartments are located in the same house - the highest one on the first line, with access to the beach, private pier, swimming pool and other amenities.
At the same time, the Mayor said in an interview that he loves to relax at home - swimming in the river and visiting the bath in the Shatkovsky District of the Nizhny Novgorod region.
Ivan Karnilin has served as the Mayor of Nizhny Novgorod since October 2015. Before that, he led the City Council from 1994 to 2010 (with a break of 1 year).
Video: Mayor and his secret Miami's apartments
DocumentsRosreestr extract on property conveyance
Karnilin's declaration for 2015
Document on conveyance of property
Extract from Miami apartments owners' register
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