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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Governor of the Ivanovo region may leave with a “Golden parachute”?

The media called the candidacy of the Governor of Ivanovo region Pavel Konkov another candidate for retirement. According to RBC: “One of the main factors that can contribute to the resignation Konkova, and corruption scandals in the region.”

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In the field find it difficult to name a successor, but making assumptions where you can go to work the Governor in case of his resignation.

According to political analyst Kirill Szulik, Skates can get “synthetic Golden parachute”: he can offer to log in the user “Ivan’s polyester complex” – plant for production of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) textile destination.

According to “Rosbalt”: “among the most notorious scandals of recent times …mention the construction of the plant of synthetic fibers in the industrial cluster”.

In addition, “Kommersant” reported: “the Owner of JSC “Ivanovo polyester complex” (IPK), according Kartoteka.ru that is Alexey Golubovich,” the former partner of Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

For this project allocated the credit of the Bank. As wrote “sheets” will be offshore: “the Federal Antimonopoly service announced that it has agreed to a request from the Cypriot “Hongseong management limited” on acquiring 100% voting shares of JSC “Ivanovo polyester complex”. End beneficiaries “Hongseong management” – Sergey Presnyakov (with a share of about 52%), Alexey Golubovich (25,1%), Alexey Prudnikov (about 15%) and Ruslan Kryazhev (about 10%), according to the Cyprus registry”.


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