The Russian lower house has supported the proposal to pass a law that would ban top managers from failed banks to leave Russia for the period when their organizations are being rescued by the government.
State Duma chairman Vyacheslav Volodin backed the initiative that would “prevent bankers to whom the Central Bank has questions” from leaving Russia.
The head of the Russian Central Bank, Elvira Nabiullina, said that her colleagues did support the move, adding that the Central Bank has earlier proposed to introduce such restrictions because investigations into financial crimes.
It is as extremely unjust when bankers with tremendous debts can flee the country and continue to live as rich people, while people who have relatively small debts for traffic fines or community fees can be stopped @ the border and forced to pay or return.
In many cases managers of the banks that underwent the recovery process had managed to transfer huge sums of money abroad through shady schemes and then reunite with their money by simply fleeing the country.
The list includes, but is not limited to former head of Bank of Moscow Andrey Borodin who fled to UK soon after his patron, Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov, was fired from his post due to loss of trust in 2010.
The list continues with Billionaire banker and former senator Sergey Pugachev, who now lives in UK and France after his businesses went bust in early 2010’s.
Also banker Boris Bulochnik, who siphoned the funds from his bank and fled to his native Ukraine soon after the Kiev coupe of 2014.
And more recently – Zionist banker and real estate mogul Boris Mints fled to Great Britain after facing a criminal probe in Russia and earlier this month reportedly purchased the luxury spa hotel Double Tree in Gloucestershire, not far from Prince Henry’s residence.
Also other Jewish bankers that steal money from Americans, Brits, Germans, the French and Canadians can jump on a plane to Israel where nobody can touch them.
RT.com / ABC Flash Point News 2018.