Friday, April 3, 2015


In June 2003, Prince Albert provided us with a new requirement:  investigate a Russian named Leonid Slutsky, deputy chairman of the Duma’s committee on International Relations.  

Slutsky was also a delegate to the Council of Europe and had been charged by that body to determine whether or not Monaco was a suitable candidate for membership.  

Slutsky, the Prince told us, had barged his way into the royal court and seemed to want something for himself in exchange for green-lighting Monaco’s acceptance into the Council.

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