UVZ Executive Director Vladimir Roshchupkin topped the list of the richest deputies of the Sverdlovsk Legislative Assembly from Nizhny Tagil for 2021. The declarations are published on the website of the regional parliament.

Last year, Roshchupkin earned 15 million rubles (20 million in 2020). He owns two plots of land, a garage, an unfinished house, snow and swamp vehicles, trailers and a UAZ car. The wife of the people’s choice owns three land plots, a residential building, two apartments, a garage and two Mercedes-Benz GLS 400 cars.

In second place is the director of the Nizhny Tagil Refrigerator, Vyacheslav Malykh, who declared 9.6 million rubles (he first got into the regional Legislative Assembly in the elections in September 2021). Now the deputy owns a garage and cars, together with his wife owns a residential building with a land plot. The remaining four plots, which were previously owned by him, are now rewritten to his wife. In addition to them, she owns non-residential buildings, a hangar, a mini-boiler room, a transformer substation, a garage, a place for a car and an apartment. Small BMW X5 and a GAZ truck are in the fleet.

The third place among the representatives of Nizhny Tagil in the Legislative Assembly is occupied by the trade union leader EVRAZ NTMK Vladimir Radaev. His income amounted to 6.8 million rubles (in 2020 – 6.5 million). It includes land and a house. The wife owns two apartments, two garages and a Lexus RX 300.

Vyacheslav Pogudin had the smallest income, declaring 5.6 million rubles (in 2020 – 5 million). He owns one apartment, taken on a mortgage. The wife’s income is 130 thousand rubles.

According to the results of 2021, the richest people’s choice in the Legislative Assembly was Vice Speaker Viktor Maslakov, who declared more than 150 million rubles, and the poorest was a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Nikolai Korobeinikov, whose annual income amounted to 290 thousand rubles.

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