The CEC reported foreign accounts Pavel Grudinina
The candidate for presidents of Russia, businessman Pavel Grudinina had accounts in foreign banks. This was at a meeting of the Central election Commission said Commission member Boris Ebzeev.
According to him, a few days before the end of registration of candidates, Grudinin has made changes to your personal details, stating that he had five accounts in an Austrian Bank, informed to report which the applicant has forgotten. At the moment, all accounts closed, the balance on one of them exceeded 16 million rubles.
In addition it turned out that Pavel Grudinin owns securities that are stored in the same Austrian Bank, announced when it comes.
In the summer of 2016 in the Declaration submitted to the electoral Commission before elections to the state Duma, the businessman claimed that no securities other than shares of the company which he heads, had not.
On Friday, January 12, Grudinin, nominated by the Communist party, became the second candidate on a post of the President of Russia, which was officially registered by the CEC. First, December 29, was was Vladimir Zhirinovsky, nominated by liberal democratic party.
Previously, two independent candidates — Vladimir Putin and the Deputy of the Kostroma regional Duma Vladimir Mikhailov — was allowed to open an electoral account and begin collecting signatures.