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Residents of Buryatia demand to return the republic to the Siberian Federal District - EastRussia | Far East

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Residents of Buryatia demand to return the republic to the Siberian Federal District

The site change.org A petition appeared against the inclusion of Buryatia in the Far Eastern Federal District. The author asks the president of Russia, deputies of the State Duma and the government of the republic, to leave the territory in the Siberian Federal District. The author of the petition, Vladimir Sevryuk, states that the majority of residents of Buryatia understand the obvious absurdity and uselessness of joining Buryatia to the DFO.

“Regarding the transition of the Crimea to Russia, our president responds to his opponents that it was a democratic way - through a referendum and through the will of the people living in the territory. On the territory of Buryatia lives no less deserving respect for the people. He, too, would not hurt to ask, "- noted in the petition.

The author states that the residents of Buryatia lived well in the composition of the Siberian Federal District. In his opinion, the inclusion of the republic in the FEFD will adversely affect the federal program for the protection of Lake Baikal, since a number of territorial units of the Federal Agency for Fishery, the Rosselkhoznadzor, road control, and the environmental prosecutor’s office worked for two regions.

So far, the petition was signed by fewer 100 people. In the comments, residents of Buryatia declare that they consider themselves Siberians and do not accept the transfer of the republic to the Far Eastern Federal District.