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The author of the petition against the inclusion of Buryatia in the DFO will send an official letter to the president

The author of the petition against the inclusion of Buryatia in the DFO denied the words of the head of the republic Alexei Tsydenov that he is a fake. Vladimir Sevryuk said that he is a real person and lives in Buryatia. He does not intend to stop at the petition and in the near future plans to write an official letter to Vladimir Putin.

According to the author of the petition, he originally signed it with a different last name, which could have misled the head of Buryatia. However after say Alexey Tsydenova about fake immediately corrected the real name.

“I decided to make a petition because the authorities did not ask the opinions of the residents of Buryatia themselves, but they could arrange a vote on the Internet, or collect signatures really. Everyone wants to give to China? The forest of Buryatia was taken out all the way, Baikal was donated for development, now agriculture is also transferred for development. Baikal already has a deplorable situation, and with the inclusion of Buryatia in the DFO, Baikal will cease to exist, and the lake is a UNESCO world heritage site, ”said Vladimir Sevryuk to EastRussia.

Petition of Vladimir Sevryuk against inclusion of Buryatia In the composition of the Far Eastern Federal District appeared last week. The author asks the president of Russia, deputies of the State Duma and the government of the republic, to leave the territory in the Siberian Federal District. Also on the site change.org published another petition to the Constitutional Court, Sovfeda and the State Court. Its author assures that Buryatia will lose the basic “Siberian” energy tariff.