The scandal surrounding the film about the love affair of the heir to the throne of Nicholas II and the Mariinsky Theater ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya flared up long before the release of the movie. The main opponents of the film are various Christian organizations in Russia and State Duma deputy Natalya Poklonskaya. They believe that this movie defames the honor of the Romanovs' house and is filmed by the detractors of the church. "Matilda" is slated for release on October 26, 2017, however, some cinemas have already refused to show the film after several incidents of arson of cinemas in other regions. Mikhail Shubin looks into the religious organization "Christian State Holy Russia," which is trying to prevent the distribution of the movie.
The office will receive new powers in the near future.
How the partners of Igor Chaika get state money for the fact that Muscovites go to toilets.
The son of the Attorney General carved up the budgets of Russian Railways.
They are "clever boys", they achieve everything themselves, I never interfered with their business, the public prosecutor said.
"Raised" and suspected of corruption, former Attorney of Leningrad Oblast, Stanislav Ivanov, decided to return to the service by court decision. It seems that Yuri Chaika is losing control of their wards, which could lead to his own resignation.
Prosecutor General's Office and the Investigative Committee need 27 billion rubles to provide housing for their officers.
Now Foundation asks Prosecutor General's Office to check the employees of the Central Bank.
The most popular drinks in the Asian country are beer and vodka.
Alexey Navalny is planning to sue the agency.
On July 1, Russian Exports company will launch the dakaitaowa.com website, through which Russian companies, as stated, will be able to sell products in China. The project is linked to Igor Chaika, the youngest son of the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika.
The blogger was trying to involve the media outlets as defendants after they published a response of the General Prosecutor to his investigation film.
Sitistroyservis company, which, according to RBC, is related to the youngest son of the Prosecutor General Chaika, Igor, was one of the first to win several tenders for capital repairs of the capital housing. The amount of contracts exceeded 88 million rubles.
The protagonist of the new investigation of Anti-Corruption Foundation is the son of the General Prosecutor, Artyom Chaika.
Moscow authorities have spent on the repair of streets more than 20 billion rubles in 2015, and will invest more than 105 billion rubles in the next three years. RBC found out, who and how had carved up that budget.
The order book of Igor Chaika's companies exceeds 300 billion rubles.
Prosecutor General briefed the military and the Ministry of Industry on the devastating outcome of the audit in the defense industry.