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Three regional groups on the Far East will be headed by Egor Borisov, Irina Yarovaya and Viktor Pinsky - United Russia - EastRussia | Far East

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Three regional groups on the Far East will be headed by Yegor Borisov, Irina Yarovaya and Viktor Pinsky - United Russia

The territory of the Far East, according to the decision of the United Russia Congress, will be divided into three regional groups within the federal list, headed by experienced politicians - the head of Yakutia Yegor Borisov, the deputies of the previous convocation Irina Yarovaya and Viktor Pinsky, writes Kommersant

Three regional groups on the Far East will be headed by Yegor Borisov, Irina Yarovaya and Viktor Pinsky - United Russia
According to the approved lists of candidates, the territory of the Far East will be divided into three regional groups within the federal list.

The first, which will include Kamchatka, Chukotka, Amur, Magadan region, Jewish Autonomous Oblast and Khabarovsk region, headed by the deputy of the sixth convocation Irina Yarovaya which is elected from Kamchatka to 2007 years in the previous convocation, she led the Safety Committee and the fight against corruption.

The second group, which included Primorye and Sakhalin, headed by Viktor Pinsk - his career began in the Duma 2011 year before that, he was the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of Primorye and the head of the regional federation of trade unions.

In the third group, which includes only Yakutia, the first number will be the head of the republic Yegor Borisov. In the lists of candidates to the State Duma, he was the only one of all the Far Eastern governors.

As the chairman of the ruling party Dmitry Medvedev explained before voting for the lists, United Russia will nominate candidates for 207 in single-mandate districts from 225. "We should not make decisions that will later create some problems, we already have an adequate margin of safety," the premier said.

Candidates from United Russia will not be in the Yakut single-mandate constituency No. 24 and the Komsomolsk constituency No. 70 (Khabarovsk Territory), the Amur constituency No. 71 (Amur region).

District number 69 in the Khabarovsk Territory will close the deputy of the regional duma Boris Gladkikh. In the Primorsky Territory in the district No. 62 nominated deputy of the regional legislative assembly Sergey Sopchuk, No. 63 - head of the Artemovsky urban district Vladimir Novikov, No. 64 - deputy of the legislative assembly Victoria Nikolaev, sister of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok Vladimir Nikolaev. The Jewish District No. 220 from the ruling party will be represented by the speaker of the JAO Legislative Assembly, Anatoly Tikhomirov, the primary school No. 224 - the Speaker of the District Council of Chukotka, Valentina Rudchenko, the Kamchatka District, No. 45 - the speaker of the City Council of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the head of the city is Konstantin Slyshchenko, the Sakhalin District, the Sakhalin District District Office, Konstantin Slyshchenko, the Sakhalin District, the district’s headquarters, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky District; Karlov