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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

“Kasyanov told why Kadyrov will soon appoint Vice-Premier of the Russian Federation”

The head of Parnas Mikhail Kasyanov said in his Facebook that he had received a reply from the FSB regarding the video posted in instagram the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Recall that in this clip secret shooting LifeNews Kasyanov and coordinator, “Open Vladimir Kara-Murza was filtered, depicting a telescopic sight.

The FSB explained the policy that “the record does not contain evidence of any illegal actions”.

On this basis, Kasyanov suggested that soon Ramzan Kadyrov as a reward for fighting with the opposition will be appointed as Vice-Premier of the RF government and the presidential envoy in the North Caucasus Federal district.

Earlier, representatives of the said that the video shows not a sight, and the periscope, and Kadyrov had to do with the production of the video is him supposedly “just sent”,

We will add that in early April the term of office expires Kadyrov as head of Chechnya, in connection with which the intrigue is saved, whether he was reappointed to his post. Such a minimum award, Kasyanov is sure that Kadyrov will get only “in extreme cases”, if he for some reason will not let other posts.

Now the situation around Kadyrov was complicated by attack on journalists and human rights defenders in Ingushetia, near the border with Chechnya. In addition, on Friday there was a terrorist attack in Nasir, Kortsky mosque in Ingushetia, Imam which Kadyrov had previously threatened with death because of differences in religious views.

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