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Oleg Gumenyuk was chosen as the new mayor of Vladivostok
The deputies of Vladivostok on Thursday, 28 March, elected a new mayor of the Far Eastern capital. They became Oleg Gumenyuk, who previously served as head of the city.
As EastRussia was told in the press service of the city duma, out of 28 deputies, 23 people voted for Oleg Gumenyuk, five were against. The remaining candidates had no chance of winning - all the deputies spoke out against Kirill Grigoriev, 27 - against Alexander Yurtaev.
The inauguration of the mayor will be held at a meeting of the Vladivostok Duma in early April.
Three candidates the competition committee identified on the basis of the second stage of selection, to which reached 39 applicants. The last head of Vladivostok Vitaly Verkeenko left office in October 2018 of the year.