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Incomes of officials in Russia increased during the pandemic

Incomes of officials in Russia increased during the pandemic
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The incomes of officials and deputies in Russia rose during the pandemic. The total income of the TOP-100 of the Forbes list in 2020 increased to 75,9 billion rubles - an increase of 12 billion rubles.

As the RBC citing Forbes, the real incomes of Russians for the pandemic 2020 fell by 3,5%. The rating is headed by the president of the company "Yuzhuralzoloto", deputy of the legislative assembly of the Chelyabinsk region Konstantin Strukov. His family's income last year exceeded 8,6 billion rubles, in 2019 - 5,1 billion rubles.

For the second year in a row, Igor Yevtushok, deputy of the legislative assembly of the Kamchatka Territory, is in second place. His family's income exceeded 7,7 billion rubles; in 2019, his family declared 5,5 billion rubles.

The leader of the 2020 rating, the deputy of the Sakhalin Regional Duma, Dmitry Pashov, took third place, although he is now in custody until August 14. His income grew from 6,2 billion rubles to 6,3 billion rubles.

Member of the Federation Council from Kamchatka, co-owner of Okeanrybflot Valery Ponomarev became the leader of the list among the Federation Council members. His family's income last year amounted to 4,2 billion rubles.

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