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The investigators found no grounds for checking the information from the investigation of the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) about the assets of Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. Earlier with a request to launch an investigation to the investigative Committee asked the Deputy from the Communist party Valery Rashkin
The investigative Committee (TFR) of Russia said that the facts stated in the film and the investigation of the FBC “He’s not Dimon” are not grounds to start their own investigation. State Duma Deputy from the Communist party Valery Rashkin, who previously addressed in the TFR with a request to initiate an investigation, published a copy of the response of the TFR in the Twitter.
The document bears the signature of the Chairman of the TFR Ilya Lazutova. It says that the Agency has considered the appeal Rashkin about the need to verify information published by the FCO, about the possible violation of the law in the transfer of real estate in the Moscow region the property of the sotsgosproyekt Foundation, as well as “other issues”.
“Issues related to the competence of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, currently not available”, — the document says.
In response, the Ministry stated that the supervision over execution of laws by authorities and heads of non-profit organizations, according to the law “On the procuracy of the Russian Federation” is within the competence of the Prosecutor General of the country. Therefore, TFR sent a letter Rashkin in the Supervisory authority.
Valery Rashkin has informed that the TFR was asked to check the activities of Dmitry Medvedev on March 22.
The Deputy specifies that with the investigation the FCO has reviewed Medvedev about 10% of Russians, while the authorities have not given an official explanation about this. Copies of the application Communist sent to the FSB, the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika and interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev.
We are talking about the investigation FBK “you do not Dimon,” which was published in early March. It says that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has “huge tracts of land in the elite areas, manages yachts, apartments in historic mansions, agro-complexes and wineries in Russia and abroad”. Associated with Premier funds, according to the authors of the investigation, received over 70 billion rubles in donations. Shortly after the publication of the investigation in many major cities of Russia held large-scale anti-corruption campaigns.
Medvedev himself has commented on the serious condition of its property only one month later, on 4 April. The head of the government called the investigation “dregs” made “on the basis of compote”.