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Articles with tag "Ulyukayev"
Jailed Ex-Minister Ulyukayev Granted Early Release – Reports
Alexei Ulyukayev was the first serving minister to be arrested in recent Russian history.
Rosneft's Sechin Graces Ex-Minister’s Bribery Appeal After Skipping Earlier Summons
Sechin appeared at the closed-doors Moscow City Court hearing on the state prosecutor’s request.
Russia's Ministers Wary of New Year's Gifts After Ulyukayev Trial
Not food, not wine, not even flowers
The Ulyukayev Verdict Heralds the End of Putinism (Op-ed)
The arrest of Alexei Ulyukayev, the first of a serving minister since Stalin, sent tremors through Russia’s elite.
Putin's New Style Keeps the Powerful Guessing (Op-ed)
The trial of a former economy minister showed that the Russian leader is less interested in micromanagement these days
Former Economy Minister Ulyukayev Gets 8-Year Prison Sentence, the Reactions
The news rattled pundits and politicians alike who expected Ulyukayev to get off with house arrest or even a suspended sentence
Former Minister Ulyukayev Handed 8 Years in Rosneft Bribery Case
Ulyukayev is the first serving Russian minister to be sentenced since the collapse of the USSR
Former Economy Minister Ulyukayev Apologizes for 'Compromising' in Final Court Appearance
“Only when you yourself get into trouble do you begin to understand how difficult life is for people."
Ulyukayev Faces 10-Year Sentence in Rosneft Embezzlement Trial
Ulyukayev may receive a 10-year prison sentence and a fine of 500 million rubles
Russia's Sechin Passed Off $2 Million Bribe as Wine, Court Told
“He promised in Goa that he would give me wine that I’d never tried before."
Rosneft CEO Sechin Set to Skip Court Again
“There is no way Igor Sechin would be able to attend the Nov. 22 hearing,” Sechin's spokesperson said
Rosneft CEO Sechin to Appear as Witness in Ulyukayev Embezzlement Trial
Alexei Ulyukayev faces up to 15 years in prison for soliciting a $2-million bribe from Rosneft’s CEO Igor Sechin
Moscow Court Asks Reporters to Be ‘Tactful’ in Covering Ulyukayev Case
Moscow court where Ulyukayev trial is being held asked journalists to cover the case with caution.
Russia's Arrested Economy Minister Duped Over Rosneft 'Bribe,' Say Lawyers
Former Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev was unaware of the contents of briefcases he was given shortly before he was arrested on corruption...
In Name Alone: Russia's Fake Privatization
It was supposed to be a simple transaction: The government would sell shares in key state companies to private investors and fill state coffers. But there...
Moscow Court Seizes Land and House from Arrested Russian Minister Alexei Ulyukaev
Moscow's Basmanny Court has seized property belonging to former Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukaev, who is currently accused of accepting a...
Russia's New Economic Development Minister is the Status Quo Candidate
Russia's new economic development minister is a smart, deeply knowledgable technocrat. These positive traits raise questions about his potential effectiveness...
The Ulyukayev Case: What is the Ruling Elite so Afraid Of?
Almost two weeks have passed since the authorities detained and dismissed former Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev on charges of exacting...
A New Economic Development Minister, But Still No Answers
President Vladimir Putin has appointed a new Economic Development Minister, but his choice reveals little about the motivations behind the arrest of the...
Putin Appoints New Economic Development Minister After Corruption Scandal
President Vladimir Putin has appointed former Deputy Finance Minister Maxim Oreshkin to serve as Russia's new Economic Development Minister. During his...
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