The total amount of assets identified 11 additional Swiss Bank accounts of the candidate on a post of the President of the Russian Federation Pavel Grudinina, the closure of which the CEC has no supporting information, is 55 million rubles.
About it reports on Monday, March 5, the news Agency RIA Novosti, citing a member of the Central election Commission Nikolai Levichev.
Note that Grudinin, the candidate from the Communist party, has repeatedly stated in the press that is a Stalinist and a representative of the national-Patriotic camp of Russian politics.
In an interview given to the journalist Yuri Dude, Grudinin said: Joseph Stalin is the best leader in the last hundred years, he raised the economy, education and restored the country after the war. Yes, there was the GULAG, but my father was thanks to Stalin, got an education, an apartment and made a good living. Even if there was «unpopular decisions»,» the main thing – the result. Under Stalin, I’d be a Hero of Socialist Labor. A Comedy about Stalin — a mockery of history.
In the Soviet Union was very good, was a society of justice, we are respected in the world. Don’t tell me about the exit visas and the ban on private business, I am more knowledgeable person. If all nostalgic about the good life in the Soviet Union, so it must be true.
Vladimir Putin can not be blame for all the troubles. The opposition, including the Communist party, is not obliged to criticize it. The Communist party is constantly making suggestions and opposes corruption laws in the state Duma».
On Monday, the CEC said that according to information provided by the Federal tax service, Grudinina as at 31 December 2017, had 13 accounts in a Swiss Bank. At check Grudinina presidential candidate on 12 January, the CEC relied on evidence that he had no foreign accounts.
The newspaper reminds that the Russian presidential election will be held on 18 March, this post claimed eight people: Sergei Baburin (party «Russian national Union»), Pavel Grudinin (KPRF), Vladimir Zhirinovsky (LDPR), Vladimir Putin (self), Ksenia Sobchak («Civil initiative»), Maxim suraykin («Communists of Russia»), Boris Titov (Batch growth), Grigory Yavlinsky (Yabloko).