Vladimir Konstantinov officially refused to receive salary as a speaker of the Crimean Parliament from November 1, 2015, press service of the State Council of the Crimean Parliament reports.
Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Konstantinov wrote an application on refusal to receive salary as a speaker.
According to the application, his salary is to be transferred to the budget of the Republic of Crimea starting November 1, 2015.
By the way, before Russian-occupation of Crimea, Konstantinov was a head of Console company (the largest construction company on peninsular) and his fortune was in tens of millions of dollars.
It is interesting, whether his subordinates, deputies, will follow the chief’s example.
Photo: RIA Novosti.
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