Krasnoyarsk deputy forfeited his credentials due to loss of confidence
The parliamentarian did not provide information about his incomes and expenses on tim
The Emelyanovskiy district of the Krasnoyarsk Territory deputies divested their colleague Vladimir Prussky of authority in connection with the loss of confidence, the press service of the district Prosecutor's Office reported.
It is noted that such a decision was made following the results of the inspection conducted by the supervisory authority. According to its materials, the deputy did not provide information on incomes, expenses and property in due time, than violated Art. 12.1 of the Federal Law On Combating Corruption.
In addition, Prussky ignored the prosecutor's request to eliminate the violation. In this connection, the district council, having considered the appeal of the department, early divested the authority of the people's choice.
We add that, according to open sources, Vladimir Prussky previously worked as an electrician at the Achinsk Aluminum Fluoride Plant, then displaced the tax police of Achinsk, and from 1996 to 2012 he served in the FSB as the reserve Major.
Billionaire Viktor Vekselberg has repaid loans in the amount of $1 billion taken from the Western banks. Earlier, his Renova Group had received state support from Promsvyazbank. Renova representatives say they have repaid the loan with the company’s own funds.
Federation Council member Vadim Nikolaev whose son had gotten into a fight strongly suggested that the other kids and their parents dropped beating charges, making it clear that he had already been to prosecutors and the ICR and “gotten it all dealt with.”
The businessman agreed to exchange the assets of Liwet Holding, through which Vekselberg’s company owned the shares of high-tech European concerns, for the assets of his partners Evgeny Olkhovik and Vladimir Kremer.