Viktor Voronin is unlikely to come back, according to sources. Read
Metal industrialist Viktor Rashnikov is one of the wealthiest and most influential people in Russia. His fortune is mentioned in Forbes ratings. All his mansions, aircraft, and yachts are super-luxurious. Rashnikov hides his assets in offshore territories – but some of those still can be found.
4 million people in his home country are waiting for a tycoon Boris Mints who had moved to London – along with his 3 sons and pension savings. Representatives of a few law enforcement agencies are ready to ‘welcome’ him back home. Mints had bought up real estate in England and is in no haste to return home. “Be of use and carry your business on in the country where you had invested,” this is apparently what the billionaire thinks of the whole matter. He is getting prepared (just in case) for big-budget purchase in Israel.
Court sentenced footballers Alexander Kokorin to one and a half years in prison, and Pavel Mamayev to one year and five months in prison. Do you consider the decision of the judge fair?
|Maximum punishment must be applied|
|It's too little. The sentence should be more taught|
|Yes, it is a fair sentence|
|They should be forgiven, they are talented|
|The term they have already served in a pre-trial center is enough|
|There was nothing to punish them for|