Navalny publishes investigative report on Russian PM Medvedev's "secret empire"
Alexei Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation claims Russian Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev has created one of the most sophisticated large-scale corruption schemes.
The Foundation claims that Medvedev supervises several charities which have received RUB 70 billion (approximately $1.2 billion), Meduza reported.
Foundation claims that the money Medvedev received had originated from various sources and includes bribes from entrepreneurs Alisher Usmanov and Leonid Mikhelson, as well as revenue from Bashneft.
According to Navalny's team, Medvedev also received one of his houses as a gift from entrepreneur Alisher Usmanov. Formally, the residence is listed as a charitable foundation.
Read alsoRussian Economy Minister Ulyukayev detained over bribe allegationThe Foundation also spoke of two yachts moored beside Medvedev’s residence in Plyos on Russia's Volga River. The yachts are listed as belonging to an organization that is closely related to Medvedev.
According to the Foundation, Medvedev also owns a vineyard in Italy.