General Prosecutor called Russian Post Head's income "a blatant impudence"
At the end of 2016 the supervisory authority finds that general director of FSUE Dmitry Strashnov appointed himself the bonus amounting to 95 million rubles.
Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika named Russian Post Head Dmitry Strashnov's revenues "a blatant impudence".
The Attorney General said that Strashnov charges the bonus amounting to almost 100 million rubles, while the average salary in the structure headed by him does not exceed 20 thousand rubles.
"It is still necessary to have conscience. No one gets more than Strashnov,"- Chaika told in an interview with TASS.
According to Yuri Chaika, the general director of Russian Post achieved the anti-record earnings among the heads of other federal unitary enterprises.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, Dmitry Strashnov drew the attention of the Prosecutor General in November 2016. It turned out that in the fall the Head of the Ministry of Communications prepared an order to increase the maximum level of Russian Post top management's salaries, according to the document, the salary of the Russian Post general director could be up to 10 million rubles a month. The Supervisory Office found out that Strashnov received an award in the amount of 95.4 million rubles in 2014.
As a result, First Deputy Prosecutor General Alexander Buksman handed materials of a criminal case against the Head of Russian Post for abuse of authority, as well as two officials of the Ministry of Communications for negligence. However, the results of the investigative audit are still unknown. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Communications has extended the contract with current Head of FSUE Russian Post Dmitry Strashnov till July 1, 2017 on behalf of the Government.
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