Prosecutor General's Office confirms that head of Russian Broadcasting and Alerting Networks has real estate abroad
The Office issued a submission to Igor Zorin for violating the anti-corruption legislation.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Russia convicted Igor Zorin, the head of Russian Broadcasting and Alerting Networks, of violating the anti-corruption legislation. This is reported on the website of the supervisory authority.
As a result, the official was given a procurator’s submission.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, Zorin’s real estate in Miami worth $ 9 million was found by the Center for Anti-Corruption Research and Initiatives Transparency International Russia. The investigation of the Center said that the head of the Russian Broadcasting and Alerting Networks bought the house with the help of Stanislav Mangushev, the head of the Board of Directors of the group of security companies called Alfa-Anticriminal, for which the latter received state contracts in the amount of almost 400 million rubles.
The information on the revealed violations of the Transparency International Russia was sent to the Prosecutor General's Office, after which the official was checked. Now, the Center for Anti-Corruption Research intends to seek Igor Zorin’s dismissal, since a position of an of official of such a post falls under the ban on the ownership and management of commercial companies, including foreign ones.