Ulyukaev's property priced at half a billion rubles arrested
15 houses of the former Minister of Economic Development are seized.
The court arrested 15 houses and funds in the amount of not less than 564 million rubles belonging to Alexey Ulyukaev. Kommersant quoted Deputy Chairman of the ICR Igor Krasnov, whose Department previously acted with the petition for seizure of property of the ex-Minister.
It is reported that at the moment investigators continue to search owned by Ulyukaev property for its subsequent arrest.
Previously, the CrimeRussia wrote about Ulyukaev’s 12 land plots with total area of approximately 160 hectares, residential house, apartments and villas. By the way, 5 more sites are using by the wife of ex-Minister. They are located in Crimea, in the same place she owns 2 houses; also, she has 2 apartments in Moscow.
Mainly, land plots and houses of Ulyukaev are located in the suburbs, and one large mansion in the Smolensk region. His house arrest Ulyukaev is serving in an apartment located in a luxury complex Zolotye Kluchi on Minskaya Street.
Recall, the federal Minister was arrested on November 14, 2016 while receiving a bribe of $ 2 million. According to investigators, the money was a reward for a positive assessment issued by the Ministry of Economic Development, which allowed Rosneft to buy the state package of Bashneft’s shares. Ulyukaev is charged under part 6 of Article 290 of the Criminal Code (Bribe-Taking by a person holding public office and Extortion on an especially large scale). The next day, the Minister was relieved of his post due to the loss of confidence of the President.
It became known that the period of the Ulyukaev’s case investigation is extended to May 15, 2016. Yesterday, the court extended the house arrest of the former official for three months.
The reporter’s children Ilya Politkovsky and Vera Politkovskaya, her mother Raisa Mazepa and sister Elena Kudimova had filed a complaint with the ECHR against an ineffective investigation of their mother’s murder.
The girl is known in her homeland and the United States as a "defender of interests of law-abiding owners of civilian weapons," founder and member of the board of public organization called Right to Bear Arms.
On July 15, at the second half of France v Croatia, about the 52nd minute, three girls and a young man in police uniforms invaded the pitch of Luzhniki stadium. They rushed to the pool of players, interrupting the attack of the Croatian national team, and tried to hug football players.