Source: continues to investigate the activities of the scandalous billionaire God Nisanov, who now has a black line in his life. As our publication has already reported, a whole group of Russian departments, including the power ones, have now taken up Nisanov. The FCS is conducting an operation to block smuggling channels through which billionaire markets (“Gardener”, “Moscow” shopping center, etc.) enter the markets. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation, together with law enforcement agencies and special services, is conducting an audit of these same markets (including Food City) to see that they have become the largest sites for illegal cash withdrawal and transit of money. Monthly through these "laundries" passes 600 billion rubles. And then there is the former business partner Telman Ismailov “annoyed”. He wrote a letter to the President of the Russian Federation in which he claimed that Nisanov might be involved in the shooting in Turkey of “thief in law” Rovshan Janiyev (Rovshan Lankaran). As a result, the billionaire was forced to pay large compensation to Ismailov only if he, through his lawyer, disavowed his confessions.

According to, law enforcement and intelligence agencies may recall the history of his Russian passport. At the disposal of the editorial office there was a folder of documents indicating that 10 years ago the FMS, and then the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, recognized that Nisanov had illegally obtained Russian citizenship. As suggests, in fact all this time the billionaire is in Russia in the status of an illegal migrant. Not to be unfounded, refer to the documents. Here is the decision of November 24, 2007 in the case N GKPI07-1534, made by the judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation Zaitsev V.Yu.

Rendered it under the following circumstances. In 2007, Nisanov decided to become a State Duma deputy and was listed on the elections by the LDPR party as part of regional group N 44 (Moscow Region - Istra, Moscow Region - Podolsk, Moscow Region - Serpukhov, Moscow Region - Khimki) under N 1.

   The CEC of Russia applied to the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation with a request to cancel the registration of Nisanov, citing the fact that on November 8, 2007, the Federal Migration Service (hereinafter - the FMS of Russia) informed her that she was not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

   At the court hearing the representatives of the Central Election Commission of Russia Neronov I.A., Germasheva MM and Voronin D.Yu. supported the statement and asked for his satisfaction. They explained that the fact of the absence of Nisanov G.S. Russian citizenship is also confirmed by the conclusion of the FMS of Russia of November 19, 2007.

   The representative of the Federal Migration Service of Russia Meshkova I.O. I thought that the applicant's requirement is subject to satisfaction, since there is a conclusion of the authorized state authority about the absence of Nisanov GS Russian citizenship.

     Having heard the explanations of Nisanov G.S., the representatives of the persons participating in the case, questioning witnesses and examining the case materials, after hearing the opinion of the prosecutor of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation TA Vlasova, who requested the applicant's request to be satisfied, the court considered the following statement grounds.

According to the Law, which entered into force on February 6, 1992, citizens of the former USSR who permanently lived in the territory of the Russian Federation as of February 6, 1992 and did not declare their unwillingness to be citizens of the Russian Federation for one year after that day, were recognized citizens of the Russian Federation.

     In a letter to the Deputy Director of the Federal Migration Service of Russia, A. Ledenev. of November 8, 2007 N MS-1 / 10-22164 in the CEC of Russia indicated that according to the available documents Nisanov GS from May 23, 1992 was registered (registered at the place of residence) in Dagestan at the address Derbent, ul. Gorky, d…

   However, according to information provided by the head of the Federal Migration Service of Russia for the Republic of Dagestan, in the household book of the Dzhalganskaya rural administration, transmitted by G. Nisanov’s acquaintances, it appears to be living in the territory of Dzhalgan Derbent district of the Republic of Dagestan from January 30, 1992 to May 18, 1992

   According to the decision of the Supreme Court, which has, this record cannot be evidence of Nisanov’s permanent residence in the Russian Federation during the specified period, since according to the rules of registration (propiska) of citizens that were in force at that time, information on registration (propiska) of citizens in residential premises owned by citizens , were brought only in house books in the form N 18 and the use of household books for this purpose was not provided.

   Considering that the fact of permanent residence of Nisanov G.S. on the territory of the Russian Federation is confirmed by the entry in the house book only from May 23, 1992, he cannot be recognized as a citizen of the Russian Federation.

   According to the available accounts of the FMS of Russia and the database of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Nisanov GS Russian citizenship in the prescribed manner is not acquired.

In the reasoned conclusion of the FMS of Russia of November 19, 2007, which is also at the disposal of, compiled based on the results of the verification of the request of the CEC of Russia about the presence or absence of Nisanov G.S. citizenship of the Russian Federation, also indicated that Nisanov G.S. 197 ... of birth, a native of the Azerbaijan SSR, a citizen of the Russian Federation is not a result of both recognition and acquisition.

     There is no reason to doubt the validity of the findings contained in the above-mentioned letter and opinion of the FMS of Russia, since they are based on materials of the service check of the competent authority on Russian citizenship, which are examined and assessed by the court in conjunction with other materials of the case.


To be continued


Maxim Voevodin