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Bulletin of EastRussia: Priangarie authorities refused to help Oleg Deripaska

Bulletin of EastRussia: Priangarie authorities refused to help Oleg Deripaska
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The authorities of the Irkutsk region refused to help the business of Oleg Deripaska, which was the continuation of the conflict between this businessman and the governor Sergei Levchenko, reads the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

Last week, the authorities of the Irkutsk region opposed the business of Oleg Deripaska, which is fraught with negative consequences for the region, including social ones. As you know, the company En + appealed to the government of the Russian Federation for benefits that will save about 40 billion rubles. This refers to the release of "Rusal" from payments under contracts for the supply of power, this will allow the company to save 13-18 billion rubles, but will lead to an increase in electricity prices in Siberia by 12%. In addition, it is proposed to reduce cross-subsidies in the electricity sector of the Irkutsk region, raise tariffs for the population, and raise the level of payments for utilities in the region, raise tariffs for heat and hot water by 1%. This will give Oleg Deripaska's business another 3 billion rubles. economy.

In turn, the authorities of the Angara region, represented by Sergei Levchenko and his team, sound suggestions to nationalize the company. So, to transfer "Irkutskenergo" in the ownership of the Irkutsk region proposed Duma deputy Mikhail Shchapov (Communist Party).

A detailed analysis of this and other relevant topics can be found in the weekly bulletin EastRussia (https://www.eastrussia.ru/subscribe/).