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Igor Shutenkov officially became mayor of Ulan-Ude
The inauguration of Igor Shutenkov took place in the capital of Buryatia. Now he officially became mayor.
According to the press service of the People’s Khural of the republic, the new head of the city won the September 8 election. He enlisted the support of 52% of citizens.
After the announcement of the preliminary voting results, Residents of Ulan-Ude went to a spontaneous rally demanding discard results mayoral election. Alexey Tsydenov called on residents in video messages recognize the election results and not succumb to manipulations, provocations and stuffing of false information. And the first deputy chairman of the government of Buryatia, Igor Zuraev, said that the organizers of the protests provoke people and hype on elective topic.
The head of the republic said that he was ready for dialogue in any format, but with mutual respect and within the framework of the law. At the agreed meeting, people did not go to dialogue with Alexei Tsydenov and demanded his resignation.
In addition, Viktor Khorzhirov, an employee of the Buryat Rosguard, recorded a video message to his colleagues urging them not to detain participants in rallies in Ulan-Ude. Now they intend to attract him to disciplinary liability. Also in Buryatia, investigators instituted criminal case in relation to the rally participant in the central square of Ulan-Ude, who sprayed a gas spray in the face to an employee of the Russian Guard.