Sechin is absent at hearing of Russia v. Ulyukaev case
The Rosneft spokesman said Sechin did not received summons to the court.
Rosneft CEO and a main witness in the ex-minister Alexey Ulyukaev’s case, Igor Sechin, did not appear at the court hearing again.
Sechin was sent the first summons to the court last week. The witness had to come to the meeting on November 13, but this did not happen. Then the oil company said that Sechin did not received summons. After that, the court agreed to send Sechin a second summons with a demand to appear in court as a witness for interrogation on November 15, but he did not come again. Later, press secretary of Rosneft Mikhail Leontiev told media that the summons to the court for Sechin has not reached the receiver yet.
A trial on the former economic development minister Alexey Ulyukaev, accused of taking $2m-bribe from Igor Sechin for a positive decision on Bashneft’s privatization, is ongoing.
In case the head of Rosneft does not appear in court, he will be forced to do this by law enforcement.
The decision on the undesirability of one of the most influential thieves in law Tariel Oniani’s (Mulukhov) stay in Russia after his release next year was taken on August 6 by Minister of Internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltsev. After Oniani’s release, the MIA explained, he will be expelled from Russia for life.
The gray cardinal of Karachay-Cherkessia (KChR), Senator Rauf Arashukov used opportunities to influence the Cherkessian community of the region, especially youth. He was nominated to the post of Prime-Minister of the republic. However, no one shared his political wishes and methods of struggle. According to the sources of The CrimeRussia, the Senator masterminded the murder of youth movement leader Aslan Zhukov in 2010. Many people knew about, the witnesses of a high-profile crime testified against him. But the political weight and ties terminated the case. And even the self-proclaimed killer was unable to prove his guilt in court. However, as it became known the other day, six years after his acquittal, he gave himself up once again.