The Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya was posted on Twitter a link to the audiotape to the “vociferous fighters against corruption”, in which he promised to show all their possessions and even closet. So the MP has reacted to the statement of Deputy head of the Russian branch of Transparency International Elias Shumanova, announced the investigation against her.
“Counter proposal: I’ll gladly show you how and where I live. I can even see your closet, official car, official accommodation, parents home. Unfortunately, nothing more. But you, fair Lord vociferous fighters against corruption, show how and where you live, and your children, wives,” urged Taylor.
In addition, she asked to invite her to view if she’s going to “probility yachts, fabulous palaces, planes, helicopters.” “Suddenly rich bride, and I do not know”, — concluded the Deputy.
Promise Shumanova to investigate Poklonskaya was posted on his page in Facebook on may 20. It was a response to her statement 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.
The situation sharply reacted to a number of deputies of the state Duma. So, the head of the faction “United Russia” in the state Duma Vladimir Vasilyev took the words Shumanova about the investigation against Poklonskaya as blackmail, and called it “totally unacceptable”, and the Deputy-the United Russia party, Yevgeny Fyodorov announced its intention to seek termination of activities of Transparency International in Russia, reports “Interfax”.
In addition, the Chairman of the Duma Committee on security and combating corruption Vasily Piskarev has decided to initiate a Prosecutor’s check of the statement Sumanova. The head of the public relations Department of Transparency International Russia Gleb Gavrish stressed in response that the organization complies with all the laws of Russia and ready for any audits, reports RIA Novosti.