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The head of the CEC was satisfied with the resignation of the candidate for governors of Primorye Tarasenko

Ella Pamfilova, who heads the Central Election Commission of Russia, said she was pleased with the news about the resignation of the provisional governor of Primorsky Territory, Andrei Tarasenko. She is also confident that he will abandon plans to participate in the new elections of the head of the region.

The fact that Andrei Tarasenko decided to leave the post of provisional governor, said President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with Oleg Kozhemyako, who took the seat of the provisional head of Primorye. Ella Pamfilova reported RIA News"that Tarasenko is unlikely to make an attempt to participate in the next election, especially since, according to her, he himself stated his unwillingness to continue fighting for this post.

Earlier, the head of the CEC noted that Andrei Tarasenko and another participant in the second round of the election of the head of Primorye, Andrei Ishchenko, can formally be nominated in the new elections in December. However, at the same time, Ella Pamfilova doubted their moral right to do so.

After the second round of elections in the Primorye Territory, the CEC recommended the regional election commission to recognize the results of elections as invalid. When analyzing complaints, the CEC officers revealed a gross interference of candidates in an election campaign with the use of an administrative resource. Ella Pamfilova reported cases of bribery of voters, compulsion to vote, ballot stuffing.