Moscow City Court chairwoman gets $8700 raise
According to her declaration, Olga Egorova made $85.200 last year.
Moscow City Court officials reported on their earnings for 2016. According to the declaration, court chairperson Olga Egorova earned 4.86 million rubles ($85.300), i.e. half a million rubles more than she did in 2015, when her income was 4.29 million rubles ($75.300).
Egorova’s deputy Elena Bazkova declared a 3.35 million-ruble income ($58.800). She also must have got a raise since a year earlier her income was 3.12 million rubles ($54.700).
Another deputy has also been increasing his income quite fast. In 2016, he got a half a million raise and made 3.18 million rubles ($55.800), against 2.65 millions ($46.500) in 2015.
The only official who actually lost some money is the deputy chairman of the Moscow City Court, Dmitry Fomin. He earned 2.80 million rubles ($49.150), whereas in 2015 his income was 40 thousand rubles more.
New details appear in the case against Samara prosecutor Andrei Pavlov. These details indicate close ties between the regional law enforcement system and criminal world. The main element of their relations is money. This confirms once again: neither reforms nor salary hikes for law enforcement officials can eliminate the trivial human greed. The main principle of corrupt officers is: if the position allows to make ‘side’ money, you must do so.
Also the top 15 largest executors of state orders among individual entrepreneurs, many of which have billions of turns, includes a food supplier for schools, kindergartens and penitentiary colonies in the Chelyabinsk region and the main pharmacist in the same region.