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EastRussia Bulletin: The head of Primorye took up the solution of conflicts in the regions

EastRussia Bulletin: The head of Primorye took up the solution of conflicts in the regions
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The head of the Primorsky Territory, Andrei Tarasenko, managed to resolve the long-standing conflict in Nakhodka, and attempts to dismiss the head of the Kavalerovo region, on the contrary, met resistance from the local elite, the latest issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.

A. Tarasenko continues to build relations at the local government level with the local "old" elite. Last week, the protracted conflict between the branches of power in Nakhodka ended with the resignation of Mayor A. Gorelov and the speaker of the City Duma E. Voronin. Such a decision was made directly by A. Tarasenko. Acting as the head for the time being will be the first deputy head of Nakhodka B. Gladkikh, and the United Russia party A. Kiselev was proposed for the post of speaker. His man at the head of Nakhodka is probably trying to put the influential in the city regional deputy R. Manokonov, from 2006 year representing the territory in the Legislative Assembly. After the municipal elections in September 2017, this politician strengthened the influence on the city duma. Nevertheless, the termination of political conflicts in the city is an acceptable option for the federal center. In this regard, the position of A. Tarasenko in the region is also strengthened.

The confrontation between A. Gorelov and the deputies began in the middle of last year. The FSB then notified the deputies that the former transport prosecutor of the city, which was formerly A. Gorelov, had violated the law on state secrets, for which he was dismissed and deprived of appropriate access to classified information. The deputies pointed out that after the appointment of Mayor A. Gorelov he had to get access to the state secret again, but eight months later he never got access to the documents, which violated the law and in fact can not fulfill the duties assigned to him. Immediately after the presidential election, the chairman of the Duma, E. Voronin, awarded A. Gorelov a notice signed by 23 deputies about his resignation. The basis was the Supreme Court's ruling of February 2018, according to which a person who did not receive admission to state secret, has no right to occupy the post of the head of the city. In response, A. Gorelov appealed to the Secretary of the General Council of the "United Russia" A. Turchak and asked to deal with the deputies, but in the end he resigned. In addition, the city's leadership caused criticism among local residents against the backdrop of the "coal problem" of Nakhodka.

At the same time, the attempt of A. Tarasenko to relax the head of the Kavalerovo district S. Gavrikova was less calm. The head stated that he did not plan to write a letter of resignation at his own will because of a fire in the village of Zerkalnoye, where residential houses were burnt. Earlier, the head of the Ustinovo rural settlement left the post, where the state of emergency occurred. As a result, the provincial governor and the head of the district agreed that S. Gavrikov had two months to rectify the situation. Observers agree that S. Gavrikov enjoys the support of the First Vice-Governor A. Kostenko and the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly A. Rolik.

A detailed analysis of this and other relevant topics can be found in the weekly bulletin EastRussia (https://www.eastrussia.ru/subscribe/).