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.
Nonexistent road. Driveway to school belonging to Sberbank CEO’s wife concealed from Moscow residents
A driveway to a private school has been laid through the yards of Wellton Park residential complex despite protests of its residents. However, officials in the Construction Department somehow believe that there is no road there yet. They claim that the ‘future’ road would provide access to the new perinatal center, school, and homes – while at this point, a contractor has been just selected and permission documentation is in preparation. The CrimeRussia was figuring out where does the ‘nonexistent’ road go.
The presidential election scheduled for March 18 should be held as a holiday - the Kremlin gave such order to the regions. The Presidential Administration expects that the festive atmosphere at polling stations will increase the turnout, sources told RBC.