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Bulletin EastRussia: In the Angara region, the conflict between the governor and the mayors fades away - EastRussia | Far East






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EastRussia Bulletin: In the Angara region, the governor's conflict with the mayors fades away

EastRussia Bulletin: In the Angara region, the governor's conflict with the mayors fades away
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The confrontation between the governor-communist Sergei Levchenko and individual heads of municipalities in the Irkutsk region continues, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin. In the course of the conflict, the mayor of Cheremkhovo, Vadim Semyonov, strives to demonstrate his independence.

Last week, a regional council was held in Priangarya under the governor, where 40 representatives from 42 municipalities gathered. The mayor of the Taishet District, Alexander Velichko, could not come to Irkutsk because he was under house arrest. And only the mayor of Cheremkhovo, who heads the Association of Municipal Formations (AMO), ignored the governor’s meeting. On the eve of the convocation of the regional council of the AMO, the 19 mayors immediately left.

The conflict itself between the governor and the AMO lasted more than a year, starting with the fact that several mayors disrupted the regional council, calling its agenda irrelevant.

It is also reported that, against the background of the development of the AMO, Sergey Brilka, the Regional Assembly's Speaker, who has recently been seeking a political compromise in connection with the upcoming elections of deputies in 2018, announced attempts in the region to embroil the governor with regional deputies.

A detailed analysis of this and other relevant topics can be found in the weekly bulletin EastRussia (