The official and his deputy were caught in a bribe of 600 thousand rubles. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation is confident that this is not the only case of extortion by officials of money from builders.
Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation Andrei Belousov explained his initiative to withdraw 513 billion rubles from metallurgical and chemical companies not so much by fulfilling the "May" decrees as by "equalizing the tax burden."
Because of the financial crisis in the Russian Federation, the money "help" to Alexander Lukashenko's regime is sharply reduced. Moscow refuses to Belarus in the next loan and from October, stops duty-free supplies of oil products and gas to this republic.
The US State Department has not yet formulated what sanctions will eventually be imposed against Aeroflot: banning flights to the US and through the US, an embargo on the supply of equipment, components and software, or something else. In the Russian airline, this caused an attack of nervousness.
Officials suggest expanding the grounds for pre-trial blocking of Internet sites at the expense of accusing them of "complicity in terrorism."
The Prosecutor General's Office found Roscosnadzor's actions to block IP addresses during the fake "Telegram hunt" by exceeding authority.
"Rosgosstrakh" filed a lawsuit against the former CEO of the company Dmitry Markarov. He was suspected of inflicting damage on 241 million rubles.
VTB reached an agreement in principle with Bonum Capital on the key terms of the acquisition of Bank Vozrozhdenie.
Half of the editorial staff is dissatisfied with the delay in wages for July and does not want to go to work.
The Chinese equipment supplied by the businessman to the Samara hospitals is recognized as not corresponding to the state registration because of the color of the keys, the labels and the size of the monitors. In addition, a criminal case was initiated against Shatilo about cartel collusion.
A gang of murderers and robbers, created explicitly under the auspices of individual representatives of Russian law enforcement agencies, in the truncated group "held out" until the verdict. Out of 15 bandits, 5 were killed earlier, 4 more were sentenced to life terms, and 1 to 20 years in prison. Five more bandits fled abroad.
After serving six years in jail, the former head of OAO "VSUM" was released last year under house arrest, after which he quickly escaped from the country. The investigators intend to find him through Interpol in Canada, where he is hiding.