Russian corruptiebestrijder suspected of hiring a kickback
A high-ranking Russian corruptiebestrijder has been arrested on suspicion of the adoption of only 123 million euros in kickbacks.
Dmitri Zagartsjenko is the deputy head of the committee for economic security and combating corruption of the ministry of Internal Affairs.
The money was cash found in his car, study at home and in the apartment of his sister in Moscow, according to the news agency RBC.
The annual income of Zagartsjenko amounted to 41.000 eur. The researchers of justice officials in connection with last year’s terminated bank NOTE. This financial institution was established in 2015 by the government dismantled because they are the banking rules largely had exceeded the.