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EastRussia Newsletter: Eight Candidates Claim for Head of Cheremkhovo District
In Priangarya, preparations are continuing for the upcoming municipal elections. Eight of the nominated candidates for the post of head of the Cheremkhovo region (scheduled for 11 in March) have been registered eight, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.
Candidates from United Russia Tugarinov, candidates from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, chairman of the city council of Svirsk Marach, Suturin (Fair Russia), Tugarin (Civic Platform), Yakimov (Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice), Karnaukhov ("The Party of Veterans of Russia"), self-promoted candidates Nepomnyashchikh and Gulin. Registration was denied to the LDPR candidate, coordinator of the Cheremkhovsky district branch of the party, Venslavovich, as well as self-nominated candidates Ionov and Bondarev.The main standoff must be between Marache and Tugarinova. Both are not in the ranks of the parties that nominated them, however they represent different political groups claiming influence in the municipality - Tugarinova is a member of the team of the former head of the Cheremhovsky district Pobakina, with whom she worked for a long time in the municipal administration, and Marach is considered an ally of the mayor of Svirsk, loyal the current Communist governor Levchenko.
Meanwhile, the nomination of candidates for the election of the mayor of Ust-Ilimsk began, which will continue until February 21. Elections for the head of the municipality are scheduled for March 24. Former mayor Tulubaev resigned. Also in March, elections are scheduled for the head of Kuitun, whose head resigned in November last year after the discovery of her illegal spending from the municipal budget to pay rent.
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