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The head of the Khabarovsk Territory will have to coordinate their deputies

The head of the Khabarovsk Territory will have to coordinate their deputies
Photo: khabkrai.ru

In the Khabarovsk Territory, deputies adopted a bill to limit the powers of the governor as a law. Now the head of the region will have to coordinate with the parliamentarians of candidates for the positions of vice-governor and the first three deputy chairmen.

Deputies changed their plans to approve candidates for positions in the regional government: they initially planned to approve 13 positions, and eventually reduced them to four. According to the press service of the regional Zakduma, parliamentarians will consider the proposals of the governor within ten days. If the Duma does not accept the candidature twice, the head of the region will be able to make the final decision.

Deputies will also be able to express no confidence in the members of the government, in whose appointment they took part. A group of parliamentarians of at least one-third of the established number of deputies may send a letter to the governor.

Law parliamentarians adopted in the final reading of March 1. Governor Sergey Furgal, who was against such innovations, in the end did not veto on the bill and signed a decree on its promulgation.

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