Voronezh Prosecutor's Office does not find violation in Vice-Governor’s 23-fold salary
This was the agency’s conclusion as a result of a check.
As a result of a special check carried out by the Prosecutor's Office of the Voronezh Region, no violation 23-fold salary of the Vice-Governor of the region, Yuri Agibalov, have been officially found. The agency considered this payment to Agibalov lawful, a statement on the official website of the Prosecutor's Office says.
On September 29, Negygar telegram-channel published documents, according to which 60-year-old Yuri Agibalov was dismissed from the post of acting deputy governor on September 15. In connection with this fact, the official was paid 23 salaries of 11.2 thousand rubles each and appointed an indefinite pension supplement in the amount of 75% of his monthly salary. Two days later, the official was re-appointed as the Vice-Governor.
On October 8, Agibalov quit his post voluntarily. Later, it became known that Alexander Gusev was appointed a member of the regional anti-corruption commission by a decree of the Governor of the region. Agibalov asked the prosecutor to perform a check of the legality of the payments.
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