The state Duma refused to organize the test according to the investigation of the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) about the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. As reported TASS, the decision was taken on Wednesday, April 5, at the plenary session of the lower house of Parliament.
The initiators of the verification were made by deputies from the Communist party Nikolai Kolomeitsev, Sergei Reshulsky and Yuri sinelshchikov.
The head of the Committee for security and combating corruption Vasily Piskarev said that the nature of his work he had “to deal with materials that come from the so-called FBK”. “None of his so-called investigation, including the latest, had and has nothing to do with the truth, and especially the fight against corruption that we so actively impose and promoted,” — said United Russia.
4 APR Dmitry Medvedev commented on the allegations that in his address put forward the staff of the FCO. According to him, this kind of materials is beneficial to those people, “who have very specific political goals”. He also said that allegedly collected enough dirt on him “stuff and some papers,” noting that publications like “compote”.
The investigation of the FBC-based opposition activist Alexei Navalny, allegedly linked to Medvedev charitable and non-profit funds was posted online in early March. In the Kremlin these materials called “an example of creativity of the convicted citizen.”