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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Luzhkov Owns 25% of a Flat, Mitvol Holds a Brewery Stake

Mayor Yury Luzhkov owns one-fourth of a Moscow apartment, while Oleg Mitvol, the prefect for the North Administrative District, holds a stake in a brewery, according to income declarations filed for City Duma elections.

Luzhkov declared his 2008 income at 6.9 million rubles ($217,398), according to a statement on the web site of the Moscow election committee.

The mayor owns four plots of land with a total area of 1,137,133 square meters as well as a house in the Kaluga region, one-fourth of a Moscow apartment measuring 150.3 square meters and a 1964 GAZ-69 jeep with a trailer.

In addition, he has 12 bank accounts containing more than 17 million rubles, 10,029 shares in Sberbank worth 520,150 rubles, Kuznetski Capital bonds worth 15,645,200 rubles and Moscow government bonds valued at 34,000 rubles.

Information about the savings and stocks were not reflected in an income declaration released by Luzhkov in April.

Luzhkov tops United Russia’s list of candidates for the Oct. 11 elections. Mitvol, who recently joined Luzhkov’s team after a controversial stint as a federal environmental inspector, is leading United Russia in one of his district’s neighborhoods.

Neither are expected to take seats in the City Duma.

Mitvol put his 2008 income at 5.8 million rubles. He said he jointly owns a 1,497-square-meter plot of land and a 819.4-square-meter home in the Moscow region, as well as three Moscow apartments measuring 166.9, 54.4 and 83.4 square meters each and three garages measuring about 18 square meters each.

Mitvol declared nearly double the number of cars as Luzhkov: a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe, a 2008 BMW 3 Series, a 2005 Chrysler 300C, a 2007 Audi Q7 and a 2002 Lexus SC 430. Mitvol said he has 14 bank accounts with nearly 64.4 million rubles and owns 40,475 shares in the Ipatovsky Brewery.

The Ipatovsky Brewery, however, has declared that 100 percent of its shares are owned by its president, Mikhail Kharin.