Natalya Poklonskaya invited Transparency International to check her wardrobe
The deputy offered this on the condition that the “trumpet-tongued anticorruption crusaders struggling for justice show the houses where their wives and children live” in response.
Head of the Commission for Income Verification of the State Duma Deputies and former Crimean Prosecutor Natalya Poklonskaya posted an audio message on her Twitter account, in which she invited representatives of the organization to show their property.
“Here’s the counterproposition. I will gladly show where and how I live, I’ll even show you my wardrobe, service car, service apartment, and my parents’ house. Unfortunately, there is nothing else to show. If they want to credit me with yachts, fabulous palaces, planes, and helicopters, I would like to be invited to such a viewing. What if I’m actually a wealthy bride without knowing it,” Poklonskaya said.
Let us recall that the exchange of barbs and accusations between Natalya Poklonskaya and Aleksey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Fund and Transparency International representatives began after the deputy’s interview with RNS, published yesterday.
The State Duma deputy as for checking Aleksey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Fund (FBK) and the Russian branch of Transparency International for corruption (“Guilty conscience gives itself away, as they say”) did not escape the attention of the anticorruption crusaders. In response, Deputy Head of Transparency Ilya Shumanov promised to launch an investigation against Poklonskaya herself.
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