The head of the Russian branch of the international anticorruption organization Transparency International Ilya Shumanov has announced the investigation against the Deputy of the state Duma of Natalia Polonskaya. About this he wrote on his page in Facebook on Saturday, may 20.
“I wanted to relax a bit, and instead, you have to cut the investigation into Madam ex-Prosecutor [of the Crimea],” writes Schumann. At the end of the post quoted offer Poklonskaya on anti-corruption inspection of an organization which he heads.
Earlier on Saturday Kiev in an interview with RNS spoke about the Russian branch of Transparency International and the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK), founded by opposition leader Alexei Navalny. “Maybe it would not hurt to check for corruption. Because, as they say, the thief and the cap off. Maybe that’s why they scream the loudest”, she said.
Poklonskaya heads the state Duma of the seventh convocation the Commission on control over reliability of data on incomes, property and obligations of property character represented by deputies. Until the fall of 2016, she held the position of Prosecutor of the Republic of Crimea.
After the election in the lower house of Parliament Poklonskaya repeatedly came into the view of the media in connection with their statements. In particular, in March 2017, the MP said about the occurrence of the bust of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II, which is located in the chapel at the building of Prosecutor’s office in Simferopol. Ecclesiastical Commission examined the words Polonskaya, but have not confirmed them.