Kemerovo region Governor divulges annual income
The income of the former Head and co-owner of Kolmar coal company for 2017 and the first three months of 2018 runs at 846 thousand rubles ($13.500). In late April, the authorities of the Kemerovo region reported that during the reporting period, Tsivilin did not earn a penny.
Acting Governor of the Kemerovo region Sergey Tsivilev has promulgated a new income declaration, RBC reports. At the end of April, the regional administration stated that Tsivilev, the former co-owner of Kolmar Coal Company, did not earn anything, but on the same day admitted a mistake.
There was a dash in the Declared Annual Income column. "That declaration was a mistake, we admit. It is not our fault. A new one will be published soon," the spokesman for the administration told Interfax.
According to the new declaration, 2017 and the first three months of 2018 runs at 846 thousand rubles ($13.500). The income of his wife also increased from 12.17 million rubles to 12.25 million rubles ($195.400).
The new declaration states that Tsivilev does not own any property, but there are two objects in his possession: a 'hotel' with an area of 17.6 square meters, as well as an apartment of 98.9 square meters. An apartment of the same area is listed as a real estate object owned by the spouse. She possessed two more apartments with an area of 98.2 and 72.2 square meters, two plots of land with an area of 37 and 1796 square meters, as well as three parking lots. The Tsivilev's wife owns three cars (two Mercedes-Benz models GL 350 CDL 4 Matic and S 500 4 Matic and Huindai Tucson) and Yamaha VT 700 snowmobile. The Governor has a BRP CAN-AM RD SPYDER RT tricycle.
Sergey Tsivilev was appointed Acting Governor of the Kemerovo region after Aman Tuleev's resignation in early April. Tuleev left his post after a fire in the Zimnyaya Vishnya shopping center in Kemerovo, which left 60 dead.
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