Monday, May 20, 2013

Russian Supreme Court Chairman Earned $200,000 in 2012

Supreme Court Chairman Vyacheslav Lebedev earned 6.2 million rubles (around $197,330) in 2012, or 100,000 rubles ($3,180) more than the year before, the court said on its website on Friday. Lebedev also owns a 4,000 square meter parcel of land and a 583 square meter countryside house, as well as half of a 231 square meter flat in the city. No vehicles are registered in his name. In 2009 the president signed a package of anti-corruption laws determining the circle of officials and members of their families that are required to file income tax returns. In 2010, the first lot of data was published on personal income and the income of family members of government employees. This included officials of the presidential administration, members of the government, members of the parliament, judges, law enforcement officials, and the military.

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