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The Kremlin is planning an early resignation of the head of the Irkutsk region
The Kremlin is planning an early resignation of the Governor of the Irkutsk region, Sergey Levchenko. The head of the region may leave his chair this fall, although officially the powers of the head of the Angara region expire only in the 2020 year.
According to RBC, the situation with the flood affected the ratings of Levchenko. They intend to replace him during the next rotation of the governor’s corps
Last year, the federal television channels launched an “information attack” against Levchenko. He was accused of illegal bear hunting. This year, after the July floods, the head of the Angara region was criticized by Vladimir Putin. The President noted that he could not recognize the liquidation of the consequences of the flood satisfactory.
Earlier, Sergey Levchenko was on the list of outsiders in ranking of political stability of regional heads. Together with him, the head of the EAO Alexander Levintal was there.