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Ex-deputy chairman of the Khabarovsk Territory decided to return to the region through Duma
The Khabarovsk regional branch of United Russia has approved candidates for the election of deputies to the regional council of the seventh convocation. The list included the former Minister of Education of the Khabarovsk Territory, former deputy chairman Andrei Bazilevsky. He will try to get into the Duma in the Solar constituency.
At the same time, Andrei Basilevsky lost the primaries, which took place in May. Despite this, the former minister will go to the polls as a candidate in a single-member district. For many, the return of the ex-official came as a surprise, since he left the region as early as 2015, moved to Primorye, where he headed the Ocean Center for children.
According to the secretary of the regional branch of United Russia, Sergei Ivanchenko, the single-mandate list has been updated by almost 50%. As noted in the press release of the party's party, this will satisfy the population’s request for updates.
Earlier, the regional office elected a candidate for the additional election of a State Duma deputy in the Komsomolsky single-mandate constituency. They became a singer Vika Tsyganova.