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He is married to Natalia Beglova, chairman of St. Petersburg committee on the registry office issues. Beglov has got three daughters. Yulia, his eldest daughter, graduated from the law department of St. Petersburg State University and used to be a head of legal support department of St. Petersburg Culture Committee.
In 2010 Beglov earned 4.2 million rubles, according to his income declaration. He owned two apartments and two land plots as well.
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In 1991, when Beglov started his work in the private sector and became a chief engineer and co-owner of Melazel joint enterprise, he got the opportunity to make an approach to the future president: Melazel company worked in partnership with St. Petersburg Committee on External Economic Relations, headed by Vladimir Putin. After Putin had taken the place of Boris Yeltsin, Melazel was re-registered as Olympia 2000. Beglov was also co-founder of Aerorekord, Ecotech, Baltikstroy enterprises and Styk production and transport company, as well as Delovoy partner publishing house.
Source: Kommersant-Vlast, 9 August, 2004
Source: Regnum, 10 July, 2002
In connection with Yakovlev's appointment as deputy prime-minister, Beglov was acting governor of St. Petersburg until October 2003, he deserted the post after the election of a new governor, Valentina Matvienko. While taking governor position, Beglov was a tool of the federal government, as he helped them to beat the opposition. As far back as early June of 2003, deputy governor Anna Markova publicly stated: "There is a monopoly on election campaign in the city. There is the only candidate and she put pressure on people, besides.'' Without further explanation Beglov replaced Anna Markova with Elena Rakhova who was personally loyal to him. At the same time Beglov was engaged in election arrangements already keeping in mind new amendments of St. Petersburg Legislative Assembly that allowed 20% turnout for validation of the elections.
Source: Versiya, 7 July, 2003
Source: REGNUM, 21, October, 2005
Source: Fontanka.ru, 15 April, 2009
As far back as 2005, head of the Bureau of CIS crime fight coordination Alexander Bokov along with president of the International Fund for support of the Cossacks Michael Kramer "sold" Volgotanker JSC to businessman Alexey Chegodaev. Chegodaev paid 4.5 million dollars in cash as an initial contribution. In 2008 Volgotanker became bankrupt, but Chegodaev was not paid his money back. On 31 December 2010, when the return deadline expired, Chegodaev applied to the Federal Security Service. On January 19, 2011 Kramer and Bokov were taken into custody. While being arrested, Kramer bluntly said: "Are you stunned? I 'm Beglov's and Medvedev's man! "
Source: Ruspres, 28 January, 2011
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