Why did the neighbor sue the former minister Mikhail Abyzov?
A resident of Moscow filed a lawsuit against the former Minister of the Open Government & nbsp; Mikhail Abyzov & nbsp; in the Gagarinsky Court. & nbsp; Tatyana Poddubnaya & nbsp; Demands compensation for her works. & nbsp; Consideration of the claim should take place on December 10.
What is the essence of the claim? & nbsp;
Muscovite filed a lawsuit against Abyzov for the gulf of the apartment. In the claim, Tatyana Poddubnaya asks to compensate for the damage caused during the renovation of the apartment, and to recover from Abyzov 1 million rubles and a state duty in the amount of 13.2 thousand rubles.
Where is the ex-minister now? & nbsp;
The ex-minister is in jail. & Nbsp; Abyzov was detained on March 26, 2019. The next day, the Basmanny Court authorized his arrest. The former minister was accused of defrauding shareholders of several companies totaling 4 billion rubles.
A year ago, at the suit of the Prosecutor General's Office, the Gagarinsky Court of Moscow collected 32.5 billion rubles from Abyzov and five foreign companies. This amount became a record in the Russian judicial system. The supervisory authority presented evidence that the official earned these funds illegally, as he was engaged in the post of Minister of Entrepreneurship. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
In October this year, bailiffs collected 2.2 billion rubles from the ex-minister within the framework of the executive fee. The press service of the & nbsp; Gagarinsky court reported that two decisions were made against the former minister to collect an enforcement fee in the amount of 9,501,083 rubles and 2,277,850,302 rubles.
What is Mikhail Abyzov accused of? & Nbsp ;
Three criminal cases have been initiated against Abyzov. In particular, he is accused of illegal business activities, money laundering, fraud and organizing a criminal group. According to the & nbsp; Investigative Committee, Abyzov was the creator of a criminal community that stole four billion rubles from Siberian energy companies. The crimes were committed in 2011-2014.
Sources: & nbsp; https://tass.ru/, https://sledcom.ru/, https://ria.ru/