The main additions to the list were the subjects of our big report on the development and implementation of the e-voting system in Moscow. They deliberately created a tool that is used by the authorities for direct election fraud in the largest region of the country and is completely non-transparent for public control.
We have also included in the list those involved in our investigation into the corruption of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, officials from the Presidential Administration and directors of airlines that assist the Ministry of Defense in sending Russian citizens to the war in Ukraine. We have also made multiple technical edits to keep the List up to date.
All changes made can be viewed here. Feel free to send your motivated suggestions for expanding the lists or removing certain individuals from them to [email protected] - we consider all letters, but especially welcome those with supporting materials and links to external sources.
Officials of the Executive Branch and Presidential Administration of Russia are in the spotlight
September 29, 2023
This week we updated our 6,000 list for one of the largest and most important categories, which includes top federal officials in the Executive Branch.