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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The journalist reported on the resignation Astakhov over claims of corruption”


Employee portal Life.ru Anastasia Kashevarova in his Facebook reported the resignation of Russian children’s Ombudsman Pavel Astakhov.


photo: Alexander Astafyev

According to her, he wrote a letter of resignation due to “complaints of corruption”. Such data she received, having been in the presidential administration, where the news is supposedly being actively discussed in the corridors.

The journalist stresses that the reason for the complaints was not a statement Astakhov (“Hey, how was your swim?”), addressed to the survivors after the tragedy on the Syamozero girl, and the conflict of interest that allegedly opened the office up on anti-corruption. Petition for the resignation of the Ombudsman has already gained more than 150 thousand signatures.

Read about the petition against Astakhov.

Information has no official confirmation, however, is actively at odds in the Network. In particular, the ” Alexander garmazhapova journalist, stating, “are all the students?”, he passes him “Hey from Lera with down syndrome, who lost in 2012, American parents” because of the “Dima Yakovlev law” supported by a lawyer.

Astakhov all? If so, a great big Hello to him from Lera with down syndrome,who lost in 2012, American parents. pic.twitter.com/kgVSybDHGQ

— Garmazhapova (@buu3a) 30 June 2016.

In this case, the Commissioner of the Russian foreign Ministry on human rights Konstantin Dolgov said that it plans Astakhov joint trip to the United States to “discuss topics of adopted Russian children.”

Information about the resignation and denies the press service of the children’s ombusdman.

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