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The headquarters of Navalny found at the ex-mayor of Khabarovsk six houses in the USA

Five houses in California and one in Washington State found Navalny’s headquarters with the former mayor of the regional capital Alexander Sokolov and his family. The total value of real estate exceeds six million dollars.

According to headquarters, at home, the former head of the city bought between 2004 and 2018 the year when he served as mayor. The wife of ex-official Leonora Sokolov from 2004 to 2007 bought three houses in Irvine for a year, and the mayor himself refused the rights to this property. According to the authors of the investigation, he did it in order not to declare real estate in Russia. In 2014, the daughter of Sokolov, Elena, bought a house in San José, and in 2018, along with her roommate, another house. In the same year, the son of ex-mayor, Aleksey, bought a house in Washington state.

Investigators suggest that Alexander Sokolov has a residence permit in the United States. If it is not there, then, in the opinion of “Navalovtsy”, he tried to get it, because he spent in America at least 180 days a year - so much time is needed to get a green card after buying a property.

Real estate ex-mayor of Khabarovsk in Russia Navalny headquarters estimated more than 500 million rubles. The authors of the investigation also stated that the officials, family members and friends of Sokolov and the vice mayor of Lebeda own eight plots of land with a total area of ​​three hectares located in the center of the reserve. The territory of the gated community was originally allocated for the construction of hotels, children's camps and sanatoriums.