Billionaire Oleg Deripaska considers that the support of the Russians amendments to the Constitution, not that other as making citizens aware of the country's authorities and compared it with the program of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal (New deal), which led the US economy out of the great depression in the 1930-ies.
"The results of the referendum that the liberal circles so easily called zeroing, in fact, it seems to me, there is nothing like the acceptance by the majority of Russian society a new 16-year-old contract as a NEW DEAL program — the new agreement, which came Roosevelt in the 30s, and who led America out of the depression, turning it into a great and prosperous economy for all," Deripaska wrote in his telegram channel.
The U.S. Treasury extends the deferral of sanctions for the "Group GAZ" to 22 January 2021, follows from the document published by the office on Friday.
"All transactions and actions... permitted until 00.01 Eastern daylight time on 22 January 2020", - the document says.
A British court upheld the exemption in 2018, the National Agency for the fight against crime in the UK (NCA) at the request of the U.S. government documents of the British company Terra Services, formerly owned by Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, the decision was made by the panel of judges of the British court.
NCA in December 2018 at the request of US raided specializing in real estate British company Terra Services, and seized documents amounting to more than 100 thousand pages. Asked the United States to provide access to the seized documents as part of the investigation of spectracolor Robert Mueller in the matter of ex-the head of the election headquarters of Donald trump Paul Manafort and his business partner Rick gates.
Lawyers of Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska asked the Washington court to reject the petition of the U.S. Department of Treasury to dismiss and rapidly to consider the claim of a billionaire on "evidence Memorandum" on the basis of which it was included in the sanctions list, the documents in the court database, Court Listener.
The lawsuit filed in mid-April, in which Deripaska demanded to give him the full version of "evidence Memorandum" on the basis of which it was included in the sanctions list. The U.S. Treasury on behalf of the office for foreign assets control (OFAC) appealed to the court of Washington with a request to stop or to hold the accelerated procedure of consideration of the claim of Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska.