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The Government of the Russian Federation — the supreme federal body performing executive power in Russia.
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The Russian Prime Minister and his deputies (for January, 2012)

Income of members of the government

2012

On April 12, 2013 on the White House website data on income and property of members of the government for 2012 and members of their families were published. As it appears from the published document, most for the reporting period earned the first the deputy chairman of the government Igor Shuvalov: its income exceeded 226 million rubles.

On the second place there was a Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov who declared 103.8 million rubles, and on the third -the Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Khloponin who earned 65.3 million rubles.

The Minister of Finance Anton Siluanov at the end of year declared 19.8 million rubles, the Minister of Defence Sergey Shoygu - 15.3 million rubles, the Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East Victor Ishayev - 10 million 704.9 thousand rubles, the Minister of Sport Vitaly Mutko - 9.7 million rubles, the minister power engineering specialists Alexander Novak - 6.7 million rubles.

The Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in a year earned 5.8 million rubles.

The head of the Ministry of natural resources Sergey Donskoy who declared 1.8 million rubles was the poorest member of the government in the list. Among members of the government with the least high income at the end of 2012 also appeared the Minister of Regional Development Igor Slyunyaev whose income was 2.6 million rubles,the Minister of Agriculture Nikolay Fedorov with income in 3.07 million rubles,the Minister of Communications Nikolai Nikiforov who earned 3.7 million rubles.

History

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1993

Government house of the Russian Federation, Moscow, 1993.
Government house of the Russian Federation, Moscow, 1993.