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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Samara Governor sent people to demand outstanding wages to the US Ambassador

Samara region Governor Nikolay Merkushkin has made a loud statement on the months-long delays of wages in the region. According to the head of the region, in the discontent of people in this situation to blame the last of US.

photo: Mikhail Kovalev

Dialogue merkoushkin and employee of the company “Avtovazagregat” that occurred during the performance of the official before the residents of Avtozavodsky district of the city, quoted by “Novaya Gazeta”.

The woman turned to Merkushin with the question, “when will we repay the debts under the salary. Came the second year, there were so many promises.”

Read how Pamfilova has threatened the leadership of the Samara criminal cases.

In response, she heard that the debts are not pay off ever, “if she is going to speak in such a tone”. Following this Merkushin advised to ask money from those who “warms up” the remaining people.

“That’s when including the us Ambassador, he came in order to warm up these people, and then a month on the world they showed. For the whole world”, — said the Governor. However, he admitted illegally forced the owners of the companies to pay 160 million rubles of their profits, and now he can sue.

Now a number of companies Tolyatti — subsidiaries of “AVTOVAZ” — owe its 699 workers about 44 million rubles. The Prosecutor’s office filed in connection with these three criminal cases of selfish interest if unpaid, and the Merkushkin promised to deal with the situation in March.

The visit of the U.S. Ambassador John Tefft in Samara oblast was from 4 to 6 April this year, however, in Tolyatti the diplomat was not.


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