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"Crab business" Sobchak check in the Federation Council

The Subcommittee on Ethics of the Federation Council accepted the complaint against the actions of Senator Lyudmila Narusova, the mother of Ksenia Sobchak. They saw signs of a conflict of interest.

According to RBC, earlier Narusova appealed to the Chairman of the Supreme Court Vyacheslav Lebedev with a request to verify the legality of the decision of the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk City Court on the arrest of a share of companies because of their connection with absentee arrested The “crab king” Oleg Kan.

Narusova’s letter was published on the court’s website. She claims that the reason for writing it was the appeal of Ksenia Anatolyevna Sobchak and Elena Alexandrovna Sogoyova with complaints about the unlawful decision of the judge. The senator believes that the judge made a decision affecting the rights and legitimate interests of Sobchak and Sogova without their notification.

As stated by the chairman of the college of lawyers “Starinsky and Partners” Vladimir Starinsky, if the ethics committee in the Federation Council decides that there is a conflict of interest in the actions of Narusova, then she will be threatened with either a warning or removal from a leading position.

Recently Sobchak agreed to purchase 40% of the shares in the companies "Moneron" and "Kuril universal complex". That's just to complete the deal prevented the South Sakhalin City Court. At the same time, companies have recently been included in the list of backbone companies. In mid-April, Lyudmila Narusova requested that they be included in the list.

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