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The head of the Irkutsk region sued the City Duma
Irkutsk Region Governor Sergei Levchenko filed a lawsuit against the Duma of the regional capital. He intends to protest the decision of the deputies to refuse the early termination of powers of Grigory Reznikov.
The deputies argued the refusal by a document according to which the governor must submit additional materials for consideration, but regional authorities state that this contradicts federal legislation. According to the head of the Department for the Prevention of Corruption and Other Offenses of the Regional Government Svetlana Yuzvak, the Duma in any way delays the process in order to keep the current deputy corps until the elections.
According to the press service of the regional government, the governor sent data about this to the prosecutor’s office. It was she who, in response, recommended to appeal the decision of the deputies in court.
Sergei Levchenko appealed to the Irkutsk Duma with a statement about termination of office Deputy of the City Duma Reznikov in connection with a possible violation of the law on countering corruption. At the same time, Reznikov planned to be re-elected in the district No. XXUMX, which Krasnoshtanov also claims - the son of a loyal State Duma deputy from the Irkutsk region and a businessman-builder.