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EastRussia Bulletin: Vladimir Miklushevsky is among the candidates for resignation - EastRussia | Far East

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Bulletin EastRussia: Among the contenders for resignation more often called Vladimir Miklushevsky

Bulletin EastRussia: Among the contenders for resignation more often called Vladimir Miklushevsky
Against the backdrop of the governors' resignations in recent years, the positions of some Far Eastern leaders have also begun to be questioned. At the federal level, intrigues continue, related to attempts by the presidential administration and various groups of influences to implement advantageous replacements in the governor's corps, reads the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

In the FEFD, among the applicants for resignation, experts most often name the governor of Primorsky Krai, Vladimir Miklushevsky. It is worth noting that rumors around his imminent resignation have been going on for more than one year, but so far they have not materialized. Last week, the topic of resignation was exaggerated against the backdrop of his urgent visit to Moscow for a personal meeting with Sergei Kiriyenko, officially on the issues of preparation for the presidential election campaign of the Russian Federation.

Experts also point to the possibility of replacing the head of the Magadan region, Vladimir Pecheny, whose powers expire next year, and which may not fit into the Kremlin’s policy of rejuvenating regional cadres. Regarding the governor of the Chukchi autonomy, Roman Kopin, who also expires next year, there are no such forecasts. There were speculations about the possible resignation of the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, but they are unlikely to have objective grounds, experts underline EastRussia.

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