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Billionaire at home

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This week (September 16), an event took place in Russia, which, against the background of unfolding world processes, could seem unremarkable. And in news releases on the central TV channels, the event was given a place somewhere near weather reports and sports news. We are talking about placing under house arrest such a person as Vladimir Yevtushenkov, chairman of the board of directors of AFK Sistema, holder of about 64% of the shares of this company.

Well, an arrest is an arrest - you never know the holders of some shares there by a court decision to house arrest ... It would be better if they offered more information about what is happening in Ukraine, more extensive materials on countering ISIS, larger plans with Semenchenko ... Something like that might have been thought by people who, on the aforementioned central television channels, got acquainted with the news about the hardships that fell on Yevtushenkov.



But in reality, this news deserves the front pages of Russian publications, and to release it as an addition to the weather forecast to fill in the air is not an option at all. The fact is that even in the world criminal practice, cases that are brought against persons whose financial condition is about 9 billions of dollars are not often considered. Namely, such funds belong to Mr. Yevtushenkov. Forbes puts Evtushenkov in the number of 15 richest people in Russia with the above (more than impressive) financial condition.

For a person living with dreams about the complete independence of the judicial system (even in Russia, at least in any other country of the world), this information does not seem sensational - so what if he has 9 billion dollars in bills - the court has the power, and if the person guilty, the court will do its job. But this illusory romanticism in this case should be left as a misunderstanding, since there is no such independent court in the world that could take a criminal case against 9 in billions of “horsepower” ... There is no such investigator in the world (Commissioner Cattani and Gleb Zheglov will have to be excluded ...), who would have been weakly worried that the person under investigation is a representative of the Forbes list.

What kind of accusations were made against Vladimir Yevtushenkov? He is charged with “Legalization (laundering) of money or other property acquired by other persons by criminal means” (part 4. Art. 174 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). Under the specified paragraph 174 of the Article of the Criminal Code of Russia, a businessman faces up to seven years in prison.

The position was commented by the official representative of the RF IC Vladimir Markin. In the RF IC, they believe that Mr. Yevtushenkov’s AFK Sistema went the way of laundering funds and property by illegally acquiring Bashneft, whose shares were previously sold at a price substantially lower than the contract. The total benefit for dealers in such an illegal operation was about half a billion dollars. The investigation has a version according to which Yevtushenkov was involved in the legalization of property acquired through criminal means.

That is, after the privatization of Bashneft, it suddenly became clear that the total value of its shares for some reason inexplicable for an objective economy collapsed as much as 500 million dollars. After that, according to the investigation, AFK Sistema decided to acquire a pretty much cheaper oil company. And the investigation believes that the purchase at a lower price was planned in advance.

In this case, in addition to Mr. Yevtushenkov, there are other "non-poor" people. For example, the son of the former head of Bashkiria, Ural Rakhimov. The RF IC believes that this representative of high positions in Forbes has rather heated up on the misappropriation and subsequent sale of Bashneft shares, the new owner of which was Felix Yevtushenkov (the son of the controlling shareholder of Sistema). Ural Rakhimov is on the international wanted list.

As soon as Yevtushenkov Sr. was sent under house arrest, a rather odd (strange only at first glance) “mouse fuss” began. Representatives of business elites in Russia and in the West suddenly declared that the criminal case against Vladimir Yevtushenkov was a lawlessness and gross intervention of the authorities in the economy. The chairman of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Mr. Shokhin, for example, stated that it was Yukos No. XXUMX, and putting Yevtushenkov under house arrest (by the way, in the house for the “golden” near Moscow “mile”) is wrong, since (Yevtushenkov) is ready to cooperate with the investigation. Rakhimov was also ready ... Now they are looking for ...

Shares of Sistema on the background of news about Yevtushenkov collapsed by almost 40%, shares of Bashneft went into minus by 24%.

After a businessman was placed under house arrest, public opinion was divided. Some are convinced that the oligarch stole money and company, others say that the charges against an honest oligarch are white-stitched, and that the investigation is simply trying to justify Bashneft’s raider seizure of AFK Sistema. Whether Yevtushenkov is guilty or not guilty - questions to the law enforcement agencies and the judicial system, and therefore it is senseless to argue about it now. If we still speak about the possible (well, or impossible) guilt of Yevtushenkov, then we can say the following: Mr. Yevtushenkov is clearly shocked by the fact that one of the options for replenishing his personal accounts, which had been working for many years, suddenly failed. That is, before that everything worked, and then suddenly it did not work: neponyatki ... "what did you do wrong?"

In the style, as if one neighbor was digging potatoes at night with other neighbors who originally planted tubers stolen from the collective farm (of course, no dirty hints at Russian business), and then a few years later a district police officer would come to him (no dirty hints at the authorities) and told about the fact of theft without even a special initiative from the affected neighbors. It seems to be so: why the hell did this district officer need? Everything was perfectly solved without him - “in a patsan way” - tubers one, tops to others ...

And the issue with the “district police officer” is really serious here, although not the key one. The key will be a little later, but for now: so who in Russia is such a guardian of the law who can take and ask from an “ordinary” citizen with 9 billions of “greens” for his business style? Well, or so: who in Russia is ready to use the “district police officer” so that he posherstil more than a wealthy subject? The question is not the key, since the answer to it is very simple. Who, who? Well, of course, the one who has more than 9 billion dollars ...

And here is the key question: do criminal cases in relation to Yevtushenkov and Rakhimov mean what doing business, as they have demonstrated in Bashneft, is a purely isolated example in the vast expanses of Russia? If yes, then UV-f-f-f - light ... If not, then what did Vladimir Petrovich and Ural Murtazovich do right now? Someone here says that there is no politics. Yes ... After all, as you know, oil and politics are generally inconsistent concepts ...

As always, time will place the points above “e” - as soon as it becomes known where and at what price the arrested shares of Bashneft (owned by AFK Sistema) went, so all the questions asked may be answered.

By the way, prior to receiving these answers, some information for reflection: “Bashneft”, as far as is known, did not fall under the economic sanctions of “friends”.
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  1. Evgen4ik
    Evgen4ik 18 September 2014 08: 48
    +58
    Namoy glance, the cleaning of business elites has now begun. That is, either you are for Russia, or you are for the West. No other is given. as a result, at the exit we should get a nationally oriented business under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation. I think you need to create your own offshore. In Crimea, for example. Then there is a chance to return assets from Cyprus and all sorts of islands.
    We are waiting for new arrests.
    1. jjj
      jjj 18 September 2014 09: 05
      +33
      I hold a similar opinion. I just think that Yevtushenkov is a test of strength. As they say, God help you!
      1. EwgenyZ
        EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 09: 16
        +12
        "Breakdown" of forces here and does not smell. It’s just that someone from the government liked Bashneft, so the ore went.
        1. insafufa
          insafufa 18 September 2014 09: 22
          +4
          The government of the republic, represented by the head of Khamitov, has repeatedly stated that they want to return Bashneft and are ready to fight for it to the end.
          1. EwgenyZ
            EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 09: 42
            +1
            "Bashneft" could well benefit Bashkiria privately in the form of taxes. And if this company was "sold" illegally, then all questions are to the "sellers" and "buyers", i.e. Mr. Rakhimov. Offer Murtaza Gubaidullovich to compensate the damage to the state, preferably double, and leave the company alone.
            1. insafufa
              insafufa 18 September 2014 10: 15
              +2
              As they say in the tax tower, going to the AFC stopped paying taxes to the Republic of Belarus, right now, people pay taxes there and in Moscow they pay taxes and only employees go out of state so now Bash oil is not the largest tax payer as it was 25 years ago and in 10 place
              1. EwgenyZ
                EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 10: 27
                0
                Didn't know about Moscow. But the question is not where to pay taxes, but that it is necessary to punish not dealers, but "sellers" and, concurrently, "buyers".
                1. insafufa
                  insafufa 18 September 2014 11: 00
                  +7
                  the roots of this scam lead to the former measure of Moscow and his wife, because this comrade Yevtushenkov was especially close to Luzhkov, he was a member of the government in the early 90s, together with Baturina, they were robbing Moscow through construction-controlled companies Luzhkov, having teamed up with Rakhimov senior, began quietly tidying up assets smaller than mine where I worked, I became a victim of baturinoi structures that were given a building site in the city center after the resettlement of residents, demolition and clearing of the building site on the personal instructions of Rafael Divaev, the former Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. LUKOIL, with Ralif Safin, who tried to become president of the Republic of Belarus, then became a senator from Altai, once claimed the Ufa refinery. The scheme was organized as follows: Yevtushenkov transferred it to rakhimov’s accounts so that they would not substitute themselves then they arrange donations to the Ural fund which launders money through shell companies, which subsequently transfer money abroad to the Rakhimov family’s fund, under the cover of good deeds on overvalued estimates, launders money while accumulating simple money the citizens they donate. With the donation money, construction is underway, and the money allocated by Bashneft to the Ural Fund goes to those who need it. At the same time, the AFC receives tax preferences from the state for charity under this scheme, even McDonald’s fleeced people and the state evades taxes at the expense of the pocket of its compassionate visitors
                  1. EwgenyZ
                    EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 14: 41
                    +3
                    I understand you, and I don't like this whole camarilla. But everything should be decided differently. It is necessary to punish the initiators of extortion, not the dealers. With "Bashneft" Rakhimov cheated, so it means that He should have an answer.
                    And the question here is different: this is not a triumph of justice, but a simple "hop-stop" on the part of officials. As a result, the company will go to another, "correct" owner.
              2. Horst78
                Horst78 19 September 2014 09: 58
                +1
                Quote: insafufa
                As they say in the tax tower, going to the AFC stopped paying taxes to the Republic of Belarus, right now, people pay taxes there and in Moscow they pay taxes and only employees go out of state so now Bash oil is not the largest tax payer as it was 25 years ago and in 10 place

                So many companies do. As a result, Moscow is the most important oilman, metallurgist, coal miner, etc. And on the ground there are not only
                from workers go
                but also for land and property (which the truth too damn knows where it is registered)
            2. Pilat2009
              Pilat2009 18 September 2014 20: 21
              0
              Quote: EwgenyZ
              benefit Bashkiria in the form of taxes. And if this company was "sold" illegally, then all questions are to the "sellers" and "buyers", i.e. Mr Rakhimov

              This is if it is registered in Bashkiria and not in Cyprus
              On the second point I agree
        2. atalef
          atalef 18 September 2014 12: 22
          +1
          Quote: EwgenyZ
          "Breakdown" of forces here and does not smell. It’s just that someone from the government liked Bashneft, so the ore went.

          Why - to someone. Sechin. Rosneft is in big trouble right now. There is no access to loans, and debts need to be repaid. Already the NWF was allowed to print.
          But BashkNeft is not under sanctions (small turnover) - so why not pick it up and there will be access to credit and liquidity.
          Gangster regime - or do you think that Yevtushenko is being pressed. what would the people live better?
          1. Hitrovan07
            Hitrovan07 18 September 2014 15: 38
            +3
            Small takes respect.
            Surgut has tens of times more money - so why "destroy" the markets and "take" new risks. It's easier to "buy Surgutneftegaz".
          2. alicante11
            alicante11 18 September 2014 16: 54
            0
            or do you think that Yevtushenko is being pressed. what would the people live better?


            I would agree with you if it was all in the quiet "zero". But in the conditions of the sanctions war and Maidan threats, only a complete stupid person can rock the boat for financial gain. Analogous to sitting on a powder keg and throwing cigarette butts into it. I understand that for the chosen people, everyone else is exactly like that, but in fact it is not so. People have already proven this in their time.
            Also, people are clearly from the liberal camp, so the decision is also purely "political".
            Although, again, we will see. If other businessmen are imprisoned and followed by a caravan, then politics, if released with a clear conscience, means pure economy.
            1. CTEPX
              CTEPX 19 September 2014 08: 05
              0
              Quote: alicante11
              so the decision is purely political.

              Somewhere in Novorossiya Yevtushenkov's "ears" appeared)).
        3. UzRus
          UzRus 18 September 2014 12: 36
          +2
          It's just that someone from the government took a fancy to Bashneft, so the ore went - It looks like it is. Yesterday there was information on the Internet that Rosneft wanted to buy Bashneft, they turned to Yevtushenkov with an offer, but he allegedly refused because the price was lower. It didn't work out "in an amicable way", now they decided "in a bad way" - with the involvement of supervisory authorities.
          1. asar
            asar 18 September 2014 16: 27
            +1
            A "war" for Bashneft has been going on between Sechin and Yevtushenkov for a long time, with varying success!
        4. 123_123
          123_123 19 September 2014 07: 59
          0
          Exactly. I liked the company and used an administrative resource - a showdown between energy companies. and Khamitov is simply afraid of losing power and wants his share, so he digs under the previous head of the region. Let me remind you: Obviously guilty of many economic crimes, Taburetkin is free and not even brought to business, and his crimes account for billions, and in such an extremely vital area for the country as the army. I really hope that this state of affairs will finally get better and he will get what he deserves.
      2. ZU-23
        ZU-23 18 September 2014 09: 20
        +4
        Now western partners will make a move out of it2
        1. EwgenyZ
          EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 09: 45
          +2
          The funny thing is that Yevtushenkov will not agree to this. And, most likely, he will agree to the proposed "profitable" option of selling Bashneft, and after that the case will be closed on the sly, as was the case with Chichvarkin.
        2. Andrey from Tver
          Andrey from Tver 18 September 2014 10: 25
          +6
          Quote: ZU-23
          Now western partners will make a move out of it2

          All of them (oligarchs) are, to some extent, Hodora. Let's hope that a similar fate awaits them all.
          1. Shtyn dwarf
            Shtyn dwarf 18 September 2014 16: 37
            +1
            this picture must be worn on a T-shirt =))) It will look very cool!
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      5. twin22
        twin22 18 September 2014 19: 22
        0
        jjj

        I hold a similar opinion. I just think that Yevtushenkov is a test of strength. As they say, God help you!


        Good opinion ... But there is another. Rosneft is sharpening a tooth at Bashneft for the purpose of absorption. In this case, it turns out that one shark ate another. That's just Rosneft is considered a state-owned company. But then this is such an original form of nationalization. Or am I wrong?
    2. insafufa
      insafufa 18 September 2014 09: 11
      +20
      So it's time to deal with the illegal privatization of Bashneft because the fact is that the Urals Rakhimov and the KO with Yevtushenkov were robbed. The first thing Yevtushenkov removed assets from Ufa to Moscow in 2010 was then started to be replaced by personnel at the refineries in such a way as not to pay for harm and length of service employees were taken out of the staff, salaries were lowered, now there is no difference where to work at the refineries or the salaries were equal. At top management, the salaries still increased; local cleaners were replaced with Muscovites, which are oak-tree economists; ... Recently, accidents at the plant have become frequent, people are dying. on the territory of the plant it is dangerous for life to exceed the MPC for wastewater emissions. It is harmful to breathe near a factory without a gas mask. And for all this Yevtushenkova and the Urals are not enough to plant a quarter am
    3. Fin
      Fin 18 September 2014 09: 56
      +8
      Quote: Evgen4ik
      Namoy glance, the cleaning of business elites has now begun. That is, either you are for Russia, or you are for the West.

      Also, I think so, the war is not far off. Apparently this Yevtushenkov lost loot on sanctions and began to play west. The GDP immediately made it clear - who is the boss in the house, and so that others wouldn’t be harassed at once by UD and house arrest. All capital is acquired by the thieves' way, so anyone can be closed. I think this is Khodor 2,0.
    4. KDS
      KDS 18 September 2014 11: 38
      +3
      Oh, your words, but to God’s ears!
    5. atalef
      atalef 18 September 2014 12: 15
      +1
      Quote: Evgen4ik
      Namoy glance, the cleaning of business elites has now begun. That is, either you are for Russia, or you are for the West.

      This will further * improve * the investment climate and the flow of capital

      Quote: Evgen4ik
      No other is given. as a result, at the exit we should get a nationally oriented business under the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation.

      A business needs at least 3 things
      Trust, laws and calm.
      Quote: Evgen4ik
      I think you need to create your own offshore. In Crimea, for example

      You probably do not quite understand the meaning of the word - offshore. Offshore is in Ossetia and Chechnya (such a local one) - no one pays taxes there. But in general - who in the Russian Federation. Yes, and in the Crimea will bear the money?
      Of course there are patients - but there are not so many, and among them there are generally very few rich
      Quote: Evgen4ik
      Then there is a chance to return assets from Cyprus and all sorts of islands

      Well, yes, I have money in Cyprus (as an example) - and they say to me - Return to Russia and you will be happy.
      You already have one such happiness slipped - with the funded part of the pensions - the state just like that ... and said - your money is not there - there are incomprehensible points.
      This is very convincing to invest in Russia.
      Quote: Evgen4ik
      We are waiting for new arrests.

      And forget about investment and business
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      2. ABV
        ABV 18 September 2014 14: 16
        +6
        It seems to me that you also do not quite correctly understand the word "investment in the Russian Federation". The overwhelming majority of foreign investment falls on speculative processes. Invested (bought cheaply for kickbacks), sawed, sold. We, just the same, NAH do not need such investments. We need REAL investments in production and industry. And they are just very few ochch.
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        2. atalef
          atalef 18 September 2014 14: 22
          -4
          Quote: ABV
          The vast majority of foreign investment falls on speculative processes

          Two VM in economics - excuse me
          Quote: ABV
          We, just the same, NAH do not need such investments. .

          Speculative funds in the Russian Federation? Do you know the exchange at all?

          Quote: ABV
          . REAL investments in production and industry are needed. And it’s just very little

          Of course, a little, 95 percent is real investments, mainly in the oil and gas sector and enterprises such as UralKali.
          Look at how much the capitalization of the oil and gas sector has fallen - then you’ll understand what it’s all about.
          1. Marisat
            Marisat 18 September 2014 15: 45
            +3
            Who promised you investments in Russia if GDP paws?
            There will be privatization of all that is possible and impossible without the participation of the local population of any level of wealth / wealth. GDP played by polite rules while they gave it to him, now it looks like a dirty game spills out of the inner kitchen. If you blame GDP, even here he is very, very tactful and polite: a person is sitting under house arrest. What a delight!
      3. Shtyn dwarf
        Shtyn dwarf 18 September 2014 16: 40
        +1
        Russia is the richest country in the WORLD, if we need investments (dirty green papers), we will take it and print as much as we need (as it was in the USSR), and not our dollars, but our rubles! In the meantime, it is necessary to cut all the channels of the mechanism for pumping tribute for the Anglo-Saxons! Yevtushenko in expense, we are waiting for the next Forbes list.
      4. alicante11
        alicante11 18 September 2014 16: 57
        +1
        A business needs at least 3 things
        Trust, laws and calm.


        And it makes sense to bother with the investment climate, if we are spoiled perfectly from the west. Anyway, it’s time to round off with these pseudo-economic toys such as the free market, exchanges, investments and other crap.
      5. michell
        michell 19 September 2014 16: 55
        0
        Well, yes, I have money in Cyprus (as an example) - and they say to me - Return to Russia and you will be happy.

        And how do you like this option: you have money in Cyprus, and they tell you: return it to the Russian Federation, otherwise it will be like with Khodorkovsky?
        http://www.km.ru/economics/2014/09/18/vladimir-putin/748633-mkhazin-chtoby-posad
        it-vsekh-oligarkhov-nado-vvesti-zhest
        Read, an interesting article, in my amateurish opinion - a very possible option. This is the topic of investment and business.
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    6. Vadim2013
      Vadim2013 18 September 2014 14: 24
      +2
      Vladimir Putin began once again to bring to the senses the oligarchs of Russia, who are not satisfied with the consequences of Russia's sanctions and sanctions against it.
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    8. Sergei1982
      Sergei1982 18 September 2014 15: 28
      0
      This is what we have to do with the oligarchs, here some oligarchs who ruled Russia didn’t shout for a long time on the site, thank God those days have passed and you don’t want to work in the country and doesn’t get through your head through another place.
    9. timer
      timer 18 September 2014 19: 57
      0
      In principle, I agree with komentom. From myself I will add the following:
      First, all this Caudle of oligarchs must be "combed" for loyalty to the interests of the nation and the state;
      Secondly, they need to deliver an ultimatum, or return all the withdrawn funds from Russia to the ruble to the country and invest in real production and new workplaces, or, if necessary, forgiveness to someone for life.
      Thirdly, this situation is a commonplace seizure of Bashneft from Yevtushenkov and a transfer to Sechin, Putin’s favorite. If Rosneft worked for the state (that is, forum comrades and I are for you), I would be glad. In reality, this is not the beginning of a real purge the ranks of the oligarchs in the interests of the state, and reket. Rosneft under sanctions, but Bashneft not. Here and draw conclusions.
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    11. siberalt
      siberalt 18 September 2014 23: 00
      0
      Yevtushenko could not grab so much without a kickback to the Moscow "guys". Perhaps he was released on a subscription with a bracelet that would bang. And he knows a lot. bully
      1. DRA-88
        DRA-88 18 September 2014 23: 09
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        Yevtushenko could not grab so much without a kickback to the Moscow "guys". Perhaps he was released on a subscription with a bracelet that would bang. And he knows a lot

        Of course I could not !!! This is the vertical !!! ...
  2. nov_tech.vrn
    nov_tech.vrn 18 September 2014 08: 49
    +9
    There are many interesting questions, but there is one more not yet asked, is this a warning to the "kind" people who met recently in Davos, I remember how they said that in every second part, there is a ginger cat named "Chubais", and the life of a cat is not sweet ...
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 18 September 2014 09: 16
      +7
      Quote: nov_tech.vrn
      There are many interesting questions, but there is one more not asked yet, is this a warning to the "kind" people who met recently in Davos

      And I, now the Russian Air Force, read and understood Rain. I probably hit the SK in the right place. There are a lot of screams from them. It means that we are on the right track. This is an indicative flogging, I’m sure they won’t put him in prison, they’ll hold him at home, fine him.
      In Gazprombank reshuffle.The Board of Directors of Gazprombank early terminated the powers of the First Vice President.
      And further.
      Timchenko sold Rosneft 6,04% of Vankorneft for $ 500 million, Kommersant writes
      Vankor is located in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the initial recoverable reserves of oil and condensate are 500 million tons, gas - 182 billion cubic meters.

      They are putting things in order in the hydrocarbon sector, which is important for Russia! Because without order in it, Rossiya CJSC will not be able to exist normally! The peak of oil production has been passed, more and more drilling is being drilled, and the output is small! Prices for hydrocarbons will go up and a cold winter is ahead, which will also bring their adjustments in pricing.
      1. EwgenyZ
        EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 14: 52
        0
        The screams are not because the SC hit the right place, but because any scandal is like "manna from heaven" for them. They act on the principle: if Putin has offended you, then you are one of us. Yevtushenkov for this audience is just an excuse to shout, and nothing more.
  3. Sars
    Sars 18 September 2014 08: 52
    +7
    In this whole situation, the most interesting thing remains behind the scenes. The fact is that Mr. Yevtushenkov is so far the first from the inner circle of VVP who has been grabbed by the hand. We can only hope that it will not be the last one, maybe the prime minister will be replaced with a more capable one!
    1. Roshchin
      Roshchin 18 September 2014 09: 45
      +7
      Unlikely. They are trying to bring this type of Yevtushenko out into the open, but at this time another "night digger" Baumgertner was released on bail, with subsequent acquittal. And what is heard about Comrade. Serdyukov and his women's battalion? Never mind. Like in that movie: "The investigation is over, forget it."
  4. andruha70
    andruha70 18 September 2014 08: 52
    +10
    Shares of Sistema on the background of news about Yevtushenkov collapsed by almost 40%, shares of Bashneft went into minus by 24%.
    that's who is buying them now, he is - "district"
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 18 September 2014 08: 55
    +5
    For Yevtushenkova in defense, Chubais has already spoken out .. With this, how interesting they will do ... will they really not touch ..
    1. FC SKIF
      FC SKIF 18 September 2014 09: 12
      +19
      For me, the arrest of Chubais will mean the restoration of Russia's financial sovereignty. Hurry up
    2. FC SKIF
      FC SKIF 18 September 2014 09: 12
      +2
      For me, the arrest of Chubais will mean the restoration of Russia's financial sovereignty. Hurry up
      1. FACKtoREAL
        FACKtoREAL 18 September 2014 09: 38
        +7
        Quote: FC SKIF
        For me, the arrest of Chubais will mean the restoration of Russia's financial sovereignty

        The financial sovereignty of the country is CALLED FOR not by arrests and executions, but by other actions, both in the global financial system and in the internal financial policy of the state ...
        It is somehow not customary to wave drafts in the world of finance. wink
  6. Flinky
    Flinky 18 September 2014 09: 03
    +5
    What about Taburetkin and his Babskii battalion? Something calmed down again.
    1. Cenij150814
      Cenij150814 18 September 2014 10: 22
      0
      Judging by how the elections went, I can say forget it! , as they say "understand and forgive" laughing
  7. spec.78
    spec.78 18 September 2014 09: 03
    +11
    I think it’s too early to talk about anything specifically. As a former employee, please note that it’s not the police, the POLICE, I can say that the legalization of proceeds of crime is very difficult. Based on the available information, the investigation will have to prove that Rakhimov and Yevtushenkov entered into a conspiracy and jointly legalized the illegally acquired. In the absence of Rakhimov, this is problematic. The rest ......... the picture is as follows: Yevtushenkov acquired a privatized enterprise, initially indicating a price of 2,5 billion dollars, then the price dropped to 2. Normal market deal. it is possible that 0,5 billion Baku went specifically to the pocket of the Rakhimovs, but this is another matter. The budget of Bashkortostan has not received, as far as I know, from this transaction, not a dime (well, or a cent, as you like), but again ...... what questions about Evtushenkov about this?
    I repeat again. From the standpoint of the law, the investigation needs to prove the conspiracy of the Yevtushenkov and Rakhimovs to privatize Bashneft fraudulently with subsequent legalization, or the conspiracy to legalize, in which the Rakhimovs received loot, and Yevtushenkov Bashneft. At the same time, there is one important condition: Yevtushenkov HAS TO KNOW that Bashneft was illegally acquired.
    Something like this, if you do not take into account the political aspects.
    1. Marisat
      Marisat 18 September 2014 15: 51
      +1
      I completely agree with you, but there is one small clarification. House arrest is the owner’s isolation from the business. I suppose that in a day you can do such a thing tongue , especially if you approach wisely.
  8. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 18 September 2014 09: 04
    +3
    And for me it is better for the billionaire to be on the "quiche".
    1. FACKtoREAL
      FACKtoREAL 18 September 2014 09: 44
      +1
      Quote: Russian quilted jacket
      And for me it is better for the billionaire to be on the "quiche".

      So... request
      HE (billionaire) and ended up "on the quiche" - "Golden Rublevskaya Mile" ... crying
      for him it is tantamount ... that for you and me - "Crosses", "butyrka" or EVEN! belay - "Sailor's silence"! laughing
      CONCLUSION: Sophisticatedly thought-out three-story set of swear words in the Kremlin address! .....
  9. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 18 September 2014 09: 06
    +3
    Campaign, the author pretended to be "fool ... ohm". Otherwise, he does not see that Sechin's ears "stick out" behind this whole story. And, I realized, now we have such a method of "nationalization": instead of the state, enterprises and companies are "squeezed out" for the sake of a narrow circle of "trusted" persons (supposedly "pro-state" persons, but not for the sake of the state, they remain private ). All our "oligarchs" are "sinful" by making purchases at low prices ... but well .... only Serdyukov alone is not involved in this, yeah. You can shamelessly bring everyone else to court, for the type of purchase at an "understated" (to someone's "convex" look) price and then calmly acquire a business that collapsed without a head at an "unreported" price, yeah.
    1. EwgenyZ
      EwgenyZ 18 September 2014 10: 13
      +2
      How many "statesmen" have you minus.
      1. Severomor
        Severomor 18 September 2014 10: 32
        +3
        Many have such optimism ... type GIVE! landing of all the oligarchs :))) yeah, schaz.
        I myself dream, but this will not happen, I repeat the capitalist system in our country. Even the title of hero of capitalist labor is.
        There are also children of the "servants" of the people who study abroad. Soon we will all be watching how their kids move to study in Moscow schools. Aha dreams. And I'm also waiting for the landing (execution) of Chubais, Gorbachev, Serdyukov ... then a few A4 pages
    2. hoard
      hoard 18 September 2014 10: 52
      +4
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      All our "oligarchs" are "sinful" by making purchases at low prices ... but well .... only Serdyukov alone is not involved in this, yeah. You can shamelessly bring everyone else to court, for the type of purchase at an "understated" (to someone's "convex" look) price and then calmly acquire a business that collapsed without a head at an "unreported" price, yeah.

      I completely agree. Aphthor of the article minus for the nearness, because what he considers to be the fight against corruption is, in fact, corruption and there is, moreover, it is covered by power.
      1. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 18 September 2014 11: 43
        +1
        ranking of oligarchs according to the degree of "equidistance" from power
      2. Volodin
        18 September 2014 12: 24
        +5
        I have received your assessment "for not being too far off", and I have a question for you: give at least one quote from an article where you found the words that this is a fight against corruption. This is me about your
        Quote: magot
        because what he considers fighting corruption
        .

        Reading the article diagonally does not decorate your "distance"
        1. hoard
          hoard 18 September 2014 17: 05
          +2
          Yes, you're right, I really read the article inattentively and misinterpreted it. I apologize and admit my immaturity. Guilty, I’ll correct it.)
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    4. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 18 September 2014 11: 41
      +2
      the usual transformation of an administrative resource into a commercial advantage
  10. shishakova
    shishakova 18 September 2014 09: 08
    +9
    It is difficult for me to express a professional opinion, but I will give an example from today's life.
    I know a businessman who dealt with Russian coal, he became very rich, and now he is bankrupt and wants to hide somewhere. This "entrepreneur" condemns Putin for the Crimea and much more. Apparently, our President is "gently tightening the screws" and is doing the right thing.
    1. Cenij150814
      Cenij150814 18 September 2014 10: 32
      +2
      It is twisting it right, the point here is in whose favor, while it is clear that the sense of this "spin" to the people is at best zero, for me this is the continuation of the redistribution of Russia.
  11. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 18 September 2014 09: 08
    +9
    "All this is a subtle allusion to fat circumstances"
    This is how Hodor commented on all of this ..
    Vedomosti asked Mikhail Khodorkovsokm for a comment. "What has been done is out of place and at the wrong time. It is simply difficult to imagine a more unfortunate moment to do such things," the ex-head of YUKOS believes.

    Feel the panic ...? So Putin chose the right moment and hit the point!
  12. GRAY
    GRAY 18 September 2014 09: 09
    +5
    Bills Theft Case

    Truly, strange things are happening in Great Rome! The rich patrician Yevtushiniy was captured by the Praetorians and sent to the court of the magistrates, who charged the patrician with the villainous theft of receipts and bills for the supply to Rome of combustible earth tar extracted in the eastern provinces. By the decree of the praetor who examined the case, Yevtushiniy was not plunged into the prison, but locked in his luxurious villa under the slopes of the Palatine Hill.

    In Rome, they fumble as if the signified patrician, formerly visiting senators and even consuls, as well as being friends with the disgraced prefect of Rome Agrum Mellarius, now fleeing justice in the Alps, could have been involved in the plot of the latifundists and merchants against Caesar Augustus himself - you know, that the rich because of the conflict with Parthia and its satellites suffer hefty losses.

    However, this rumor is passed from mouth to mouth in a whisper, as it may cause Caesar's displeasure.
    http://legatus-pretor.livejournal.com/8284.html
  13. volot-voin
    volot-voin 18 September 2014 09: 13
    +2
    It would be good if large-scale nationalization and the landing of thieves-oligarchs would begin, will we wait .....
    The whole country was waiting.
  14. bmv04636
    bmv04636 18 September 2014 09: 13
    +2
    We had in our hands a contract for the supply of Bashneft rocking machines until this one came and the contract left so that it’s not a pity how many
    1. insafufa
      insafufa 18 September 2014 09: 27
      +1
      Everyone who worked with Bashneft when he was a state right now rejoice
  15. Georgy USSR
    Georgy USSR 18 September 2014 09: 15
    +3
    We have been rumored at 3 oil refineries in Ufa for a long time that Rosneft bought us and we find out some AFK Sistema together with MTS Bank, for 4 years now in this system crying
    1. insafufa
      insafufa 18 September 2014 09: 40
      +1
      When they were waiting for Rosneft, no one doubted that everything would be OK as AFC people were depressed crying
  16. scarp
    scarp 18 September 2014 09: 25
    +2
    One thing is not clear. The fortune is estimated by the bourgeoisie (Forbs) 7.7 billion dollars. If we assume that this condition gives at least 2% per annum, then this will amount to 154 million dollars a year, or 16 million rubles. in a day. He is now 65, in about 10 years, for him, the current real estate will be 2 square meters. m. The question is, what did you miss in life?
    1. Nikaviz
      Nikaviz 18 September 2014 10: 09
      +1
      This is a habit since childhood ... laughing "Your own apple in your pocket ... someone else's, too, in your pocket .... and where it didn't work out, take a bite ..." what
    2. atalef
      atalef 18 September 2014 12: 42
      +2
      Quote: Scarp
      The question is, what did you miss in life?

      It was enough for him, but what was missing for Sechin?
      In 2013, he headed the Forbes rating of the most expensive top managers in Russia. For a full year of work in business, the magazine claimed, Sechin received an income of $ 50 million.
  17. Colonel
    Colonel 18 September 2014 09: 41
    +3
    Pleased with the phrase "honest oligarch"
  18. Megatron
    Megatron 18 September 2014 10: 04
    +2
    And what do you think, is the oligarch guilty or not guilty of catching a fish as much as 9 billion in troubled waters?
    Here the answer is unequivocal, for all this gang-fraternity.
  19. ISKANDER25
    ISKANDER25 18 September 2014 10: 05
    0
    Hello! Maybe someone knows if this type wanted to launder money by buying the Solombala Pulp and Paper Mill in Arkhangelsk, with the assistance of the local lowest-rated governor I. Orlov?
  20. kirgudu
    kirgudu 18 September 2014 10: 21
    +1
    Let’s see if Putin manages to clean up power and business from liberals and thieves from the 90s, then everything inside the country should radically turn over.
    Yes, you must not forget to turn the HSE hornet's nest.
    1. hoard
      hoard 18 September 2014 11: 05
      0
      It is naive. Putin himself-from the 90s))) What are you hoping for?
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    3. nov_tech.vrn
      nov_tech.vrn 18 September 2014 11: 24
      0
      Can HSE not stir up, but immediately dust?
  21. rodionru
    rodionru 18 September 2014 10: 32
    +1
    It seems that MTS (owned by the AFC) in our dill is messing up with ours. Or we started an elite putsch through Yevtushenkov, and ours decided to clean it, and Bashneft was just an excuse.
  22. lis-ik
    lis-ik 18 September 2014 10: 38
    +7
    Maybe I’m naive, but still don’t understand how, by definition, obviously state-owned subsoil (oil and other minerals) ended up in private hands? And this is the answer to the question why to become a billionaire in Russia does not require the painstaking work of several tens of generations, but only a few years! And about Sechin and Rosneft there is an opinion in certain circles.
  23. mimo crock
    mimo crock 18 September 2014 10: 47
    0
    Quote: EwgenyZ
    "Breakdown" of forces here and does not smell. It’s just that someone from the government liked Bashneft, so the ore went.

    That's it, but the fool was already happy.



    "Apparently this Yevtushenkov lost money on the sanctions and started playing to the west. VVP immediately made it clear who's boss"

    "The fact is that Mr. Yevtushenkov is still the first from the inner circle of VVP who was grabbed by the hand. It is hoped that not the last one, maybe the prime minister will be replaced with a more capable one!"

    Ahaha. These are fantasies.

    "Hike, the author pretended to be a" fool ... ohm. "Otherwise, he does not see that Sechin's ears" stick out "behind this whole story. And, I realized, now we have a method of" nationalization " and the company is "squeezed out" for the sake of a narrow circle of "trusted" persons (supposedly "pro-state" persons, but not for the sake of the state, they remain private). In our country, all "oligarchs" are "sinful" by making purchases at low prices ..., well .... that's just one Serdyukov is not involved in this, yeah. You can shamelessly bring everyone else to court, for the type of purchase at a "low" (on someone's "convex" look) price and then calmly acquire the collapsed without a leader business, at an "understated" price, yeah. "

    But a sensible comment is apparently "unpleasant" to read, so they minus.
  24. bmv04636
    bmv04636 18 September 2014 10: 55
    +4
    To be honest, based on our own experience, we had a state farm "Vostochny" and now it is, but before it was ours and made excellent sausage, until its Moscow komos was tidied up and the quality dropped sharply. For the sake of profit, Muscovites are ready to do anything and sacrifice quality, too, just to fill their pockets a little, and the people eat
  25. dima 7
    dima 7 18 September 2014 11: 02
    +2
    lawlessness and gross interference of the authorities in the economy - that very phrase! love my country!
  26. isker
    isker 18 September 2014 11: 23
    +4
    The chairman of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Mr. Shokhin, for example, said that this was Yukos No. 2 at all ...

    If the industrialists of Russia have such a "chairman", then they have a hard time!
  27. Andchevh
    Andchevh 18 September 2014 11: 49
    0
    Yes, most likely this subject, he was planning something against the guarantor, I think there will be more persecution! In general, they (the Alegharchs) should immediately understand Putin’s promise about the nationalization of the elites, that money should be stored in Russia and not in London! This is a significant flogging, they don’t understand there will be others too !! By and large, the people are not cold and not hot! Because the people would like to collect all this pack of thieves-allegarchs in one pile and shoot them !!
  28. Stinger
    Stinger 18 September 2014 11: 53
    +4
    Old song. How to steal, according to the law. How to respond, so mayhem.
  29. fktrcfylhn61
    fktrcfylhn61 18 September 2014 12: 11
    0
    Hey hey hey, you can dispose of national resources only at the will of the PEOPLE, and for the good of the PEOPLE !!! A thief should be in prison! And no good king has the right to let thieves !!! They steal from the people and not from the king !!!
  30. mimo-croc2
    mimo-croc2 18 September 2014 13: 22
    0
    Quote: kirgudu
    Let’s see if Putin manages to clean up power and business from liberals and thieves from the 90s, then everything inside the country should radically turn over.
    Yes, you must not forget to turn the HSE hornet's nest.

    Yes, he would rather clean out a couple of hundred fools of everyone than touch his friends.
  31. pensioner
    pensioner 18 September 2014 13: 35
    +2
    Thanks Alex hi . For the tops and tubers - special thanks. hi
    Generally speaking, an oligarch on house arrest and under a subscription looks better than on the Cote d'Azur. And the spectacle "oligarch on a bunk" generally causes true aesthetic satisfaction yes . Well, or in the loop repeat ... We wish our oligarchs to please us more often in this matter. The main thing is to start.
  32. luxury
    luxury 18 September 2014 13: 55
    +3
    By the way, prior to receiving these answers, some information for reflection: “Bashneft”, as far as is known, did not fall under the economic sanctions of “friends”.
    - But this is very interesting!, and the company is not small, so that in the West they do not know about it
  33. mimo-croc2
    mimo-croc2 18 September 2014 15: 01
    0
    Quote: Flinky
    What about Taburetkin and his Babskii battalion? Something calmed down again.

    And all. Money is washed, Taburetkin and his girlfriend are publicly spanked, the performance is over.
  34. dmb
    dmb 18 September 2014 15: 08
    +2
    And the article and comments pleased. . Considering that recently the adoration of the leader on the site has gone wild, he believed that the current good news would cause a new sweaty shaft of praise. But no. apparently the people, taught by the experience of the triumph of justice about Serdyukov and Skrynnik, begin to think with their own heads, and not with Fedorov or Starikov’s.
  35. EDELVEISS
    EDELVEISS 18 September 2014 15: 24
    +3
    He has a 49% stake in RosNeft, so the issue of money laundering is just an excuse. Looks like the guy decided to breed thinner. Demon pants. sure. will not leave. but they won’t let you breathe.
  36. goose
    goose 18 September 2014 17: 03
    +1
    Quote: atalef
    This will further * improve * the investment climate and the flow of capital

    There has been no capital inflow to Russia for the last 23 years since 1991, a continuous outflow, in billions a year. Now at least a little decreased.
  37. Signaller
    Signaller 18 September 2014 17: 20
    +1
    For starters - my attitude to the oligarchs. They all got their fortune through privatization, which was - both in general and in each specific element - a criminal act.
    Clear pepper-words are not mine. Khazin said it. Everything as it is is the thieves of the first wave of privatization-privatization. So let's wait and see where the "curve" goes.
  38. jekasimf
    jekasimf 18 September 2014 18: 30
    +2
    A coup d'etat in Ukraine is a dismantling of business clans. The same thing is being prepared in Russia. Recently, information slipped that representatives of clans of Ukraine, Russia, well, about the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, etc., gathered in Ukraine. And they talked not only about the DPR ..... So that Putin has one option, to crush the oligarchs. Or they will crush him.
  39. Bosk
    Bosk 18 September 2014 18: 53
    0
    I just want to say, "Freedom to Yuri Detochkin!"
  40. aud13
    aud13 18 September 2014 20: 37
    0
    Quote: colonel
    Pleased with the phrase "honest oligarch"

    New short joke?
  41. Karabin
    Karabin 18 September 2014 20: 57
    +1
    We stock up on popcorn, beer, seeds (underline as necessary) and watch the next series about the stolen dough with another villain imprisoned in apartments (people would have thundered easier in jail). It seems to me that there will be many episodes.
  42. midshipman
    midshipman 18 September 2014 21: 04
    +1
    S V.P. I had to meet the Yevtushenkovs when he was Chairman of the Moscow Committee for Science and Technology. It was necessary to draw up a competition for research work for the Committee on Industry (Panteleev EA). Personally, he did not cause me sympathy. I was a rekr of the Academy, as well as a member of the Presidium of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. The chairman was then Volsky A.I. So he would not allow himself to apply to the judiciary to take this person on bail. I have the honor.
    1. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 19 September 2014 16: 15
      0
      So Mr. Shokhin did not apply to the "judicial authorities" - he made a statement to the press. And then - according to the law, it is not stipulated in our country "to release under the surety of public organizations". For the court, this is a "positive characteristic from the place of work" - one of the mitigating circumstances.
  43. Drunya
    Drunya 18 September 2014 21: 26
    0
    from KREMLIN 2014 09 18
  44. montecristoo
    montecristoo 19 September 2014 18: 05
    0
    Released from house arrest.