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Published 11 edition of the effectiveness rating of governors of FORGO - EastRussia | Far East

Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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11 edition of the effectiveness rating of the Governors

Judging by the 11 edition of the effectiveness rating of the governors, the Khabarovsk Territory and Vyacheslav Shport are confidently leading among the Far Eastern administration chiefs, who scored 89 points

11 edition of the effectiveness rating of the Governors
Together with him, but losing in points, Roman Kopin, Vladimir Ilyukhin, Vladimir Pecheny and Oleg Kozhemyako were among the “most effective”.

Civil Society Development Fund (FORGO) has prepared 11-th rating issue Efficiency of governors, the general leader of which became the head of the Yamal-Nenets district Dmitry Kobylkin.

The newcomers of the rating failed to prove themselves especially - the head of the Komi Republic, the former head of the state-owned corporation Olympstroy, Sergei Gaplikov, and the head of the Irkutsk region, the communist Sergei Levchenko, who could only get into the third group of governors with an average rating.

The last place in the ranking was shared by the governors of the Tver region Andrei Shevelev and the Yaroslavl region Sergey Yastrebov, which experts consider to be the weakest managers at the moment.

It should be noted that in this rating there was no fourth group, the so-called group for departure, with the lowest rating.

The most effective

The first group of governors (those who scored over 75 points) did not change in composition this time, although the governors moved significantly within it.

The head of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport is in it 10-e Place, Head of the Chukotka AO Roman Kopin - 11 Place, Head of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin Divides We answer immediately. with the head of the Magadan region, Vladimir Pecheny, and the head of the Sakhalin region confidently takes the 17 place.

Rated high

Group with a "high rating" - 55-75 points - this time Vladimir Miklushevsky, head of the Primorsky Territory, headed the team - 26 – 27-place.
Four points added the Governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region Alexander Levintal, located on 59-m Place.
Two points were lost by Yakutia’s head Yevgeny Borisov - 34 – 35, and the head of the Trans-Baikal Territory Konstantin Ilkovsky - 52 – 53, who was on the verge of relegation to the third group.

On 47-m the place of the head of the Amur Region, Alexander Kozlov, who was given two positions by the head of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Alexander Levintal, who took the 49 position.
Closes a group of high rating located on 52-m place the head of the Trans-Baikal Territory Konstantin Ilkovsky.

Least effective

The leader of the last group "average rating" - 55-40 points - became the head of Buryatia Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn, who could not maintain his position in the second group, where he was in the previous edition of the research of FORGO, - minus 4 points led him to 54 – 55 -th place.

As for the main outsiders of the rating - Sheveleva (Tver region) and Yastrebova (Yaroslavl region), then their positions, according to FORGO, are predictable.

- These governors are traditionally at the end of the third group. Now the negative dynamics that they are demonstrating are largely due to the emergence of new participants in the rating - the heads of Komi Sergey Gaplikov and the Irkutsk Region Sergey Levchenko, who also ended up in this group.