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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Poklonskaya, Volodin and Kadyrov will go to the state Duma, Medvedev said

The leader of “United Russia” and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced the nomination of the party candidates to the State Duma of the Russian Federation of a number of high-profile candidates.

photo: Mikhail Kovalev

Among them was the Prosecutor of the Crimea Natalia Polonskaya, the head of the region Sergey Aksenov and his colleagues from Chechnya and Tatarstan Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, and Rustam Minnikhanov, as well as the famous film Director Stanislav Govorukhin. Another proposal of the Prime Minister was the inclusion in the list of “United Russia” on elections in the state Duma of the current Deputy head of the presidential administration Vyacheslav Volodin.

All in all, from the EP will go to the polls 19 heads of regions, among which are Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

Recall that Volodin was a Deputy of the state Duma of the third through fifth convocations of her, and then went to work in the Kremlin, where he is responsible for domestic policy.

Experience in the Duma and the co-chair of the onf Stanislav Govorukhin, who heads the state Duma Committee on culture and former confidant of Vladimir Putin in the presidential election.

Read how the EP discussed his economic programme.

Of other bright candidates it is necessary to note Russian airborne troops commander Vladimir Shamanov, as well as polar Explorer and ex-Senator Arthur Chilingarov.

Recall that in April 2016, Natalia Poklonskaya, also included in the list, has said it has no plans to leave his post in Crimea.

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