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EastRussia: Relations between the EP and the Communist Party intensified in the Angara region before the election of deputies

EastRussia: Relations between the EP and the Communist Party intensified in the Angara region before the election of deputies
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In the Irkutsk region, against the backdrop of preparations for elections to the Legislative Assembly, relations between United Russia and Communists, as well as inside United Russia, are sharpening, the latest issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.

Last week, deputies of the Legislative Assembly, consisting of three-quarters of the members of United Russia, ordered the Communist governor Sergei Levchenko to give a two-fold address on the state of affairs in the region - first before the deputies and then in a broader format. Formally, the chairman of the committee on legislation on state construction and local self-government, the head of the "United Russia" Boris Alekseev pointed out that the governor did not provide the deputies with the text of the message in advance. In this regard, according to some deputies, he first had to read his Legislative Assembly, and then promulgate a message to a wider audience in the musical theater. At the same time, the issue of preliminary provision of the text of the message was announced for the first time during the entire period of the announcement of the messages (since 2011). As a result, the governor Sergey Levchenko did not attend the session, and instead of sending a message, the deputies were shown a short presentation video. Since the governor's apparatus has performed all the procedural formalities, notifying the deputies about the time and place of the performance, the governor will not incur any legal consequences for non-compliance with this wish of the deputies.

The current situation had political consequences rather for the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Sergei Brilka, whose actions dissatisfied part of the deputies. An attempt to force the governor to speak twice was not supported by many deputies. In particular, the United Russia deputy Gennady Istomin stated that, like the State Duma, the Legislative Assembly never demanded a preliminary text from the governor. In addition, there was information that Sergei Brilka intends to hold the former head of Irkutsk City Council Irina Yezhov in the Legislative Assembly of the region: this fact the hardware opponents of Sergei Brilka are also trying to use for his criticism.

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