Notice: curl_setopt(): CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYHOST no longer accepts the value 1, value 2 will be used instead in /home/admin/web/eastrussia.ru/public_html/gtranslate/gtranslate.php on line 101 EastRussia analyzed candidates for the post liberated by Igor Pushkarev - EastRussia | Opinions
This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.
Who will lead Vladivostok
EastRussia analyzed candidates for the post liberated by Igor Pushkarev
21 December will be a meeting of the city council of Vladivostok, which must determine who will become the new mayor of Primorye. 13 December determined 56 people claiming this post. For the first time Vladivostok will receive a mayor, elected not by residents, but by deputies. A couple of years ago, the deputies made changes to the city's charter to cancel the direct election of the mayor. However, this was not due to the fact that the mayors of Vladivostok in the modern era were exclusively ambitious people, bright, dashing, intractable, usually ending their careers with criminal cases and dismissals. But because the country has changed the municipal legislation.
Initially Primorye was inclined to divide the posts of the mayor and the "manager of the city economy" of the so-called city manager. The mayor was supposed to be elected from the number of city deputies, and the city manager to be recruited for the competition. But this model almost everywhere showed that two bears do not get along well in one lair. And in March 2015 the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai adopted amendments according to which the head of the municipality administration is elected by city deputies from candidates who took part in the competition for this position.
The last mayor of Vladivostok, elected by the population, Igor Pushkarev, was detained by law enforcement agencies in June of 2016 and is now awaiting trial. He is accused of causing damage to the city and receiving bribes. This is a complicated, confusing and, most likely, a political matter. It went so far that the Supreme Court ceded the request to the Prosecutor General's Office and the trial of Pushkarev would be held in Moscow. Igor Pushkarev, even while in custody, could retain his post until the verdict or until the expiration of his term of office - until the fall of 2018. And he held steadfastly, he did not write his resignations.
The city for more than a year was without a mayor, but with his team in the mayor's office. 4 October 2017, Vladimir Putin dismissed the seaside governor Vladimir Miklushesky and appointed in his place the provisional governor Andrei Tarasenko. Tarasenko publicly spoke about Pushkarev with respect. The disgraced mayor and the new head of the region found the opportunity through mediators to discuss some important things. The situation in the province has changed dramatically. Tarasenko successfully established relations with all elites and political forces, even with the Communists represented in the regional parliament, with whom the former governor did not want any dialogue.
And unexpectedly November 3 Igor Pushkarev said that he had written a resignation letter. He commented on it this way: “It so happened that in the modern history of Vladivostok, all of its leaders quit their posts anyway with scandals or criminal cases. It may seem that Vladivostok has this kind of karma - it has no luck with the governors. However, as paradoxical as it may sound now, I intend to stop this trend. ”
The seat of the mayor was vacated, and the Duma announced a competition. For two weeks 60 people applied. There were no such candidates in any election. Who are these people and what do they want?
To systematize them is not difficult. Nine-tenths decided to nominate for the same reasons, on which one character of Gogol asked another: "I ask you humbly how you will go to Petersburg, tell me
everyone there is noblemen: senators and admirals, that, your Excellency, Peter Ivanovich Bobchinsky lives in such and such a city. So tell me: Peter Ivanovich Bobchinsky lives. "Khlestakov:" Very well. "Bobchinsky:" Yes, if the sovereign is necessary, tell the sovereign,
that here, they say, your imperial majesty, Peter Ivanovich Bobchinsky lives in such and such a city. "
Jokes-jokes, but among the candidates were well-known people in due time, which time was deleted, and a social whirlwind - pretty patted. So, when in the questionnaire one applicant wrote that he was a "watchman", it was necessary to read not a post, but a surname. And on the name of this, before the famous, to understand that the statement was addressed not by the watchman of the housing maintenance department, but by the former head of the city executive committee of Vladivostok ... So instead of "temporarily unemployed" one needs to read - a former regional deputy and an influential businessman.
But, of course, there were people who moved to a bet or to give their person weight - at least in front of their family, residents of their homes, or subscribers on a social network.
To sift the breed and select the real candidates, "at least two," the commission should. It is clear that in her hands the fate of the city. Who will select candidates? Eight people. Four - creatures of the acting governor. Four - representatives of the city duma. Among the latter is the communist, although the maritime communists declared that they are fundamentally against the new order of electing the mayor of the city, and therefore no one from the party began to move forward.
It is also clear that the embassy and the administration of the region have already discussed the main candidates and made their choice.
But which one?
There is no unequivocal answer. It is important, it is important who will be the mayor of Vladivostok, but for the plenipotentiary the social stability and the "implementation of projects" are even more important. And then there is nothing to boast of Primorye: no one except the public cranks to the edge to his "hectare" has not yet arrived, the debts on salary are huge, and here at the shipyard "Star" people did not come to work. Winter has come, and Primteploenergo is on the verge of bankruptcy, and, worse, there are no firewood for people in the taiga region ... All this spoils the relationship between the embassy and the governorship, and therefore puts the agreements in doubt.
There is no ideal mayor among the candidates. The ideal is that it has its own capital more than the budget of the city (about 12 billion rubles), so that it is influential and without discrediting ties.
If Tarasenko keeps his word, then among the main contenders will be the current acting president. head of the city Litvinov. But there is a further choice from several candidates: the deputies of the Legislative Assembly of Primorye Konstantin Bogdanenko and Igor Cheremis, businessman Vitaly Verkeenko, co-chairman of the regional headquarters of the Romanoff Titkov, and maybe someone else.
Somewhat simplifying, it is possible to characterize candidates like this: Litvinov - from Pushkarev's team. Bogdanenko and Verkeenko are two representatives of a new generation of businessmen, and if they went to the polls, they would vote each other out. Cheremis is an associate of Darkin, although he himself does not miss. And for Titkov ONF - this is a political burden on his entrepreneurial talent, he is the director of a large defense plant.
There is someone to choose from. With 15 December, the candidates will address the commission. They have five minutes to "concept", and then answers to questions. Since the examiners will not immediately put an appraisal, until the results of the selection are announced, the intrigue will be preserved.
In any case, even with the communists' boycott of these elections (and in the Duma of 9 representatives of the Communist Party of 35 deputies), on New Year's Eve Vladivostok will join the new mayor.
Candidates who have passed documents verification, pass the second stage of the selection - an interview. Here the participants will need to show their leadership qualities, present their own strategy for the development of the municipal formation in order for the competitive commission to discern a promising leader.
The commission, which will be engaged in the selection of candidates for the post of the new mayor, will consist of eight people. Four of them were appointed by Andrei Tarasenko, the new vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory, Dmitry Bratynenko, the director of the internal policy department Pavel Yasevich, the head of the legal expertise department, the register of municipal legal acts of the legal department of the regional administration Viktor Kiryayev, and the deputy of the Legislative Assembly Oleg Velgodsky.
The rest of the commission members put forward Duma deputies at a meeting of the committee on local government, law and order and legality. They were three members of the United Russia party, Viktor Fedorov and Viktor Ablapov, as well as the chairman of the budget, tax and finance committee of the Vladivostok city council and the chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Isakov and the representative of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and professor of FEFU Gennady Kulikov. Dmitry Bratynenko became the chairman of the competition commission, Viktor Fedorov became his deputy, Viktor Ablapov was the secretary.