Deputy who offered Russians to 'eat less' will subsist on 170 dollars/month
The court has set the monthly 'ration' for bankrupt Yekaterinburg parliamentarian Ilya Gaffner.
The Arbitration Court of Sverdlovsk region has defined the monthly allowance of just over 170 dollars (10 thousand rubles) for Yekaterinburg deputy Ilya Gaffner. In 2015, the member of parliament became infamous for his statement that during the crisis, the Russians need to 'eat less.'
However, later in mid-2016, the court recognized the people's nominee bankrupt under the suit of Rosselkhozbank and brought the procedure of debt restructuring against Gaffner. Deputy's debt before bank at that time reached 2.7 million dollars (160 million rubles). Later, the court also included in the register of creditors the requirements of Sberbank in the amount of more than 170 thousand dollars (10 million rubles).
In January this year, the bankrupt deputy filed a petition with the court on the allocation of maintenance for Gaffner and his three minor children from the bankruptcy assets. As a result, the court decided to exclude from the bankruptcy assets the funds equaling the minimum subsistence level: 180 dollars (10.6 thousand rubles) per month for Gaffner's maintenance and 174 dollars (10.2 thousand rubles) for each of his children.
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