Navalny’s fund published data on the purchase of real estate by the governor of Mari El in the Czech Republic
The Governor of the Republic of Mari El, Alexander Evstifeev, bought a number of properties in the Czech Republic, which are registered in the name of his family members. The corresponding documents were published by the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), founded in 2011 by one of the most ardent critics of the Kremlin, Alexei Navalny.
The Governor of the Republic of Mari El, a member of the United Russia party, Alexander Evstifeev, worked for 13 years as a judge and served as chairman of the Arbitration Court of the Moscow Region. Several expensive real estate objects were registered for his family members not only in Russia, but also in the Czech Republic.
At the end of 2016, according to FBK, Efstifeev acquired two apartments in the center of Prague, located in the elite residential complex Lannova … The total area of the apartments is 335 m2. In the cadastre, these apartments are recorded in the name of Evstifeev’s mother-in-law, Lilia Malinova. The cost of the apartments was 21 million kroons (or 54 million rubles at the exchange rate at the time of purchase).
At the same time, back in the spring, the Czech Republic was officially declared a state unfriendly to Russia. One of the leaders of the United Russia list, Sergei Lavrov, said that unbearable conditions had been created there for Russian officials, representatives of the fund said.
40 days after purchasing an apartment in Prague, Evstifeev bought an apartment in Karlovy Vary with an area of more than 100 square meters. Lilia Malinova, according to the fund, paid 3 million crowns or 8 million rubles for it.
However, Efstifeev could not earn money to buy this property, receiving the governor’s salary, Navalny’s organization claims.
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