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The new deputy appeared in the Legislation of the Khabarovsk Territory
The vacant mandate of the deputy of the Legislative Duma of the Khabarovsk Territory was received by Alexei Belomestnov. He was a registered candidate from the nationwide LDPR list. This information EastRussia confirmed in the press service of the Zakuma.
Earlier Pavel Sivkov from the Komsomol group refused the mandate, Belomestnov from the Khabarovsk group agreed to become a deputy of the regional Zakuma. Previously, he was an assistant to deputy Sergei Bezdenezhny, and also worked as a coordinator of the Khabarovsk branch of the LDPR.
The seat in Zakdum was vacated after the resignation of Dmitry Pleasantov. He wrote a letter of resignation after a scandal over his uncovered extinguished criminal record.
Dmitry Pleasantov in October elected senator from the Khabarovsk Territory. Only a month after the election, information about his canceled criminal record was revealed under the article “Forgery, production or circulation of fake documents, state awards, stamps, seals and letterheads”. On the website of the Khabarovsk Kraiizbirkom these data were published only after the election. The Central Election Commission of Russia appealed to the Investigative Committee and the prosecutor's office of the Khabarovsk Territory with a request check the actions of the chairman the regional election commission of Gennady Nakushnov.