One of Putin's envoys might occupy chair of Federal Bailiffs Service Head
Information on possible new appointment of the plenipotentiary of the Russian President in the Volga Federal District Mikhail Babich appeared in media.
Envoy of the Head of state in the Volga Region and Head of state commission of chemical disarmament Mikhail Babich can shortly occupy a chair of the Head of the Federal Bailiff Service (FBS), report sources of Kommersant.
Former Head of FBS Artur Parfenchikov has held a post of the Acting Governor of Karelia. Meanwhile, the newspaper source in the government of the Nizhny Novgorod Region said that recently “information on possible shifts in plenipotentiary representation in the government of the region became more active”.
Neither press service of the envoy, nor FBS commented on the subject.
Oleg Deripaska withdrew from the board of directors of UC Rusal over US sanctions. A day earlier, the management of the company resigned. Changes in the company's management became a part of the plan to evade the sanctions.
Russian businessman and son of thief in law Vladimir Tyurin, Dmitry Tyurin filed a lawsuit against the Ukrainian supervisory authority at the same time when Interpol declared his father, suspected of orchestrating the murder of Denis Voronenkov, wanted at the request of Ukraine.
Leaking ‘cover’. Inquest against co-owners of Summa Group affects high-ranked enforcement functionaries
The investigation believes that the criminal community supposedly created by the co-owners of Summa Group – dubbed ‘kings of governmental acquisitions’ not that long ago – could not exist and operate so close to the circles of power without ‘patronage’ of high-ranked law enforcement functionaries. The CrimeRussia has identified the ‘circle of friends’ of ex-Senator Magomed Magomedov, who had used law enforcement structures to ‘cover-up’ financial schemes pulled off by his brother.