Last week, employees of the All-Russian Popular Front drew public attention to the immodest acquisition by the administration of the Usolsky district, headed by a communist mayor Vitaly Matyukha expensive luxury SUV. We decided to find out the nature of the craving for luxury from the representative of the proletarian party, having studied his bins.
As reported by the ubiquitous telegram channels, the mayor of the Usolsky district, Vitaly Matyukha, did not manage to be re-elected for the third time, when decided to buy an expensive luxury SUV for the needs of the district administration for 4.6 million rubles.
The Exeed VX full-size crossover is a luxurious representative of the Exeed premium division of the Chinese company Chery Automobile. A feature of the Exeed VX was a deliberately brutal exterior. The appearance of the car is characterized by a pronounced two-volume profile with a high window sill line, a wide false radiator grille and narrowed headlights – this is how specialized sites characterize the purchase.
Leather interior, panoramic roof, premium audio system – officials should like it. True, it would be naive to think that ordinary employees of the administration will have access to a brand new SUV. Apparently, the exclusive right to cut through the miracle of the Chinese automobile industry along the ideal (just kidding) roads of the Usolsky district will undoubtedly belong to to the first person, that is, Comrade Matyukha.
But the employees of the ONF suddenly volunteered to reduce the appetites of the communist mayor, who politely ask officials to cancel such an expensive purchase, and instead of the Exeed VX car for 4.6 million rubles, show proletarian modesty and patriotism by purchasing a UAZ-Patriot for 2.5 million rubles, as Matyukha’s colleagues, the mayors of the Ziminsky and Nizhneudinsky districts, did.
Whether the representative of the Communist Party will hear the voice of the people, time will tell, and in the meantime we will look into the mayor’s bins to try to understand the nature of the craving for expensive things in a person who, by definition, should be a model of modesty.
One of the points of the “Moral Code of the Builder of Communism”, which has been somewhat forgotten in the current mercantile time, required communists to be honest and truthful, to observe moral purity, simplicity and modesty in public and private life.
We had the opportunity to assess the modesty of Vitaly Ivanovich by looking into his bins, that is, by analyzing his official declaration of income and property for 2021.
So, over the past year, Vitaliy Matyukha honestly worked as the mayor of the district earned a little more than 3 million rubles This is about 250 thousand per month. More 1.7 million earned by his wife, that is, the spouses’ earnings of 400 thousand rubles a month for a modest family life should be quite enough. Also, the spouses jointly own a land plot of 3,165 square meters and a house of 155.8 “squares”, in which, apparently, they live together with a minor child.
The mayor’s wife also owns an apartment of 21.2 sq.m. But the real pride of the head of the family can be considered a family vehicle fleet, consisting of Lexus GX460 cars (estimated cost, depending on the configuration, from 5 to 8 million rubles), Lexus NX200T (about 3 million rubles), snow and swamp-going vehicle (aka ATV) CFMOTO X6 CF625-C and trailer “Krepysh”. A garage, even the worst one, is not on the property list. Apparently, very expensive cars are lonely in the open.
As you can see, Vitaly Ivanovich Matyukha is trying to comply with the communist commandment of simplicity and modesty in public and private life. And he almost succeeds. The only thing that remains incomprehensible is the “red mayor’s” passion for imported cars, a kind of cringing before the West, expressed in the habit of supporting with the ruble not a domestic, but a foreign automaker. And these bourgeois manners are spreading from personal life to public life – now the administration of the Usolsky district has begun to unrestrainedly spend people’s money on cool imported SUVs.
The signal, as they say, is there – it’s time for the comrades from the Irkutsk regional committee of the Communist Party to gather for a meeting and sort out the personal file of a party comrade, put it on display. And then, recalling the well-known expression, it turns out that “today he plays jazz, and tomorrow he will sell the party.” However, the Irkutsk regional branch of United Russia has long been ready for such a development of the event.