That Alsou’s daughters helped win the Golos, why would Russia have television cameras, when Mamaev and Kokorin set off on stage, as the mayor of Moscow raised the extractive industry in laying curbs, why Russians fade at work – about this and many other things in our review.
… In 2018, 290,288 enterprises opened in Russia, and 622,111 companies ceased to exist. That is, the number of closed 2.14 times more, according to the audit and consulting network FinExpertiza.
… UAE police officers will patrol hard-to-reach areas on flying motorcycles of the Russian company Hoversurf. Scorpion-3 accelerates to 96 km / h (maximum allowed by legal norms), weighs 114 kg, rises 30 meters and flies within half an hour. One copy costs 150 thousand dollars. Commercial deliveries of the "dream of extreme" started this year.
HOVERSURF OFFICIAL: Flying Hoverbike.
… The Moscow City Court on Thursday canceled the sentence to Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev, but retained the sentence of football players. Until the end of June, they will go through the stage in one of the colonies of general mode. At the meeting, Kokorin urged the court to be more humane: he wants justice and asks "not to go where it is not clear." Mamaev, however, refused to ask for indulgence, calling what is happening disgrace and show. Recall: Alexander Kokorin and his brother Kirill received 1 year 6 months of a general regime colony, Mamaev and a children's coach Protasovitsky – 1 year and 5 months.
Kokorin and Mamaev will still go to the colony – Russia 24.
… The goalkeeper of the Russian national football team, Andrei Lunev, apologized for the drunken brawl at Vnukovo: “I offer my deep apologies to the employees I insulted and to everyone around me. Despite the situation in which I found myself, no one has the right to stoop to personal insults. ” The police escorted the drunk football player to the nearest branch and the medical examination confirmed the presence of alcohol in his blood. In respect of Lunev, a protocol was drawn up for disorderly conduct.
… Stresses at work in Russia are faced by 70% of workers. 49% of employers admit that enterprises have the prerequisites for this and the problem requires solving at the state level.
… Dmitry Medvedev said that soon the society, including our country, will switch to a four-day working week. As an example, he cited the New Zealand company, which introduced in the test mode the four-day salary. As a result, productivity growth was 20% and from July 1, a four-day working week in this company will become the norm, as the stress level of employees has decreased. However, seriously discussing the introduction of four days in Russia can only be in 13-15 years.
… The Court of Auditors reported massive violations and the ongoing secrecy of public procurement contracts. In 2018, about 2,300 violations were discovered totaling 293.7 billion rubles, which is much higher than in 2017.
… In Russia, they are discussing the introduction of the institute of the henchmen: decisions will be made remotely and non-personally. The principle of a judge’s work will be similar to a telemedicine doctor’s appointment — when a case is to be considered, and a local judge is busy or has no experience in handling cases with this specialization, then his colleague will deal with the verdict remotely.
… During Sobyanin’s tenure as mayor of Moscow, according to Rosstat, the production of this breed in the country increased almost 2.7 times, and the production of concrete paving slabs – more than two times. Already in the first year of work at the new post, Sobyanin replaced more than a million square meters of asphalt, explaining that the tile is much more durable. A few years later, instead of concrete tiles, they began to lay granite – as even more durable and environmentally friendly. For seven years there are so many concrete curbs on the streets that they are enough to lay out the road from Moscow to Kirov. However, Russian granite production simply does not keep up with the pace of Moscow improvement and has to buy granite abroad.
… The reaction to the prosecution of journalist Ivan Golunov, which was terminated by a decision of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, was a rare example of unity in Russian society. Unity, caused by monstrous injustice. From the very beginning, many indirect facts indicated that the case against the journalist was fabricated, and the drugs were planted on someone else’s order. This practice has long existed in law enforcement. Patrols, precinct, and opera are doing this. "Tape.ru" walked through all the links of this vicious chain.
… Our country will pay pensions to labor migrants who have returned to their homeland and Russians who have left for the EEU countries. Now migrants from Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan make contributions to the FIU, but do not receive pensions.
… The main causes of burnout at work for Russians are problems related to wages, labor intensity, lack of opportunities for the realization of creative potential. Burnout is typical not only for office workers, but also for creative people, teachers, athletes, doctors, etc.
… Bari Alibasov got out of medication sleep. Son Alibasova said that the producer does not realize who he is, does not recognize his son, the spouse Lydia Fedoseyev-Shukshin: “He understands that he is in Russia, but he behaves like a naughty five-year-old child. He takes away his phones and tries to take pictures. ”
… Group-IB has published a report on re-checking the voting results of the sixth season “Golos. Children". The examination confirmed that in favor of the daughter of the singer Alsou and businessman Jan Abramov, cheating was made, the total number of which was 41 thousand votes. The average number of votes given for one daughter Alsou from one phone is 8, while for the other participants it is 1.5. Thanks to this record, Abramova gained more votes in total, but the number of unique numbers that voted for her compared to the runner-up Yerzhan Maxim was two times less in the final and almost 6 times less in the super final, draws attention to Lenta.ru.
… The authorities are planning to launch an IZhS support program in Russia. The decision to allocate funds from the federal budget has already been made.
… More than 50% of Russians buy goods only with discounts. In retail chains have already thought to limit promotional activity, but this can only be done synchronously with other market participants.
… The most financially vulnerable in our country are families with children, especially those with many children, said Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova. According to her, 51% of parents with children are below the poverty line. And this problem is observed in all regions, but each has its own reasons.