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Monday, October 24, 2016

“You fellows”: Dyumin thanked the “Rain” for an investigation of his property

Tula Governor Alexey Dyumin, the former employee FSO, thanked the “Rain” for the investigation of the apartment in 344 square meters, belonging to, as reported by the TV station, “his full namesake”.

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Alex Dyumin

Recall that, according to “Rain” the apartment is worth 500-700 million rubles in the vicinity of the complex of buildings of the Ministry of defense, was acquired during the period when Dyumin was in military service.

The Declaration of the Governor, appointed as acting on 2 February 2016, appeared a kind of flat, but without further footage. Your gross annual income Dyumin marked at 64 million rubles.

As he himself said channel at the Congress of “Business Russia”, all the data he officially declared and this information is, as in the presidential administration and the CEC (it is there as a gubernatorial candidate he would have filed his Declaration in August of the current year). The official assured that “everything is compliant” and he “nothing to add”.

Also Dyumin declared that he wanted to wish “Rain” “to further the same positive things as investigation. Those moments that you reveal, they are really needed. People should know the truth. You are on the right track. I want to wish you success, good luck, you fellows!”.

Recall that Dyumin at the time was aide to Putin, at the time of the events in Crimea in 2014 was the commander of the special operations Forces, and in addition continues to be a goalie in hockey games, where he plays the President of the Russian Federation.

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