The Prosecution General’s Office would not check the MIA employees involved in the Panama Case
According to official representative of the Prosecution General’s Office of the Russian Federation Aleksander Kurenny, journalists simply made up the facts and perverted meaning of the quote.
Official representative of the Prosecution General’s Office of the Russian Federation Aleksander Kurenny disposed of the information about the possible examination of activities of the offshore scandal’s figurants – deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Aleksander Makhonov and son of deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) Igor Zubov.
According to Kurenny, journalists simply made up the facts and perverted meaning of the quote. Earlier, he was explaining reporters that «according to the Law «OnProsecution Office», prosecutor does not have to give explanations on the materials he examines» and now Kurenny claims that he did not mean that there actually was any examination.
Aleksander Makhonov and son of Igor Zubov figurated in the Panama Investigation, which impressed everyone with the sums on the Russian natural and legal entities’ accounts. The document, which the Prosecution General’s Office, said that the information was being examined.
Despite the fact that the head of the state corporation Rostec claimed he did not aspire to become prime minister in 2017, already in 2018 the media reported that he might join the government after all.
Double-cross system. Why does corruption in Nefteyugansk police lead to resignation of regional high-ranking law enforcers?
Yugra faced another corruption scandal. It turned out that Head of Nefteyugansk police Nikolay Plaksin, along with his chief of the district department Roman Nedyba, 'covered' counterfeit alcohol dealers. Ethnic gang from Central Asian supplied the sheep-dip to the shops throughout Yugra for several years. A criminal case initiated against high-ranking police officers was followed by three more. The rouge cops were first placed in the SIZO, but then released under house arrest. Now the case against them collapsed. But there was another news: the leadership of the regional police faced resignations. Head of the Yugra police Sergey Fisenko has already lost his post. How are these events related? And who will take it on the nose?