The bailiffs began to recover from the ex-minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev a fine of 130 million rubles. This information was confirmed by TASS in the press service of the Office of the Federal Bailiff Service (UFSSS) in Moscow.
The department specified that the executive document on the recovery of a fine of 130 million 433 thousand 400 rubles, issued by the Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow, entered the UFSSP of Russia in Moscow. August 31 in the specialized interdistrict department for the execution of certain executive actions and investigative tasks of the UFSSP, an executive proceeding was instituted.
As specifies agency, Alexey Ulyukaev became 431-m debtor, from which Moscow bailiffs collect multi-million penalties, assigned for corruption crimes. In general, in Russia, bailiffs are fined from 8,500 convicted for corruption fines of 32 billion rubles. This is twice the total debt for fines traffic police.
The former head of the Ministry of Economic Development is serving time in the strict security regime for the first time convicted in the city of Torzhok, Tver region. In December 2017, he was sentenced to eight years for taking a bribe of $ 2 million from the head of Rosneft Igor Sechin.