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Residents of the Irkutsk region ask Putin to appoint Sergei Zverev governor of the region

A petition from a resident of the Irkutsk Region appeared on the Internet, asking President Vladimir Putin of Russia to remove Sergey Levchenko from his post as governor of the region and appoint Sergey Zverev, a stylist, to replace him.

According to the author petitions Konstantin Mishin, Sergey Zverev alone sees what is happening in the Irkutsk region, being farther from the problem areas, unlike Sergey Levchenko. In this case, the stylist gives problems publicity and defends the future of the region.

Levchenko, the author of the petition, who appeared on the eve and so far gained a little more 50 signatures, asks because the current head of the region “does not cope with his duties and does not see what is happening on the territory entrusted to him: construction of a plant on Baikal, and the theft of the forest and its sale to China. "

Earlier, well-known stylist Sergei Zverev spoke out against illegal deforestation in the Baikal region, he also conducted an active campaign against the construction of a water bottling plant on Baikal and even organized single pickets in protest.