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Monday, January 23, 2017

Pavel Astakhov said that he resigned


The Ombudsman on human rights Pavel Astakhov confirmed that he had resigned. The statement he wrote the day before, after a serious conversation. However, the resignation must be taken by the President of Russia and yet the Kremlin did not report anything.


photo: Alexander Astafyev

Pavel Astakhov.

That children’s Ombudsman Pavel Astakhov has resigned the company reported to RBC. The report said that the Commissioner for children’s rights personally stated this to journalists.

“Yesterday, after a very serious discussion I applied, but the decision of the President”, – quotes the portal words Astakhov.

From the message it is not clear who Astakhov was “a serious conversation”, but we can assume that it was Vladimir Putin. When the media got the rumors about the possible resignation Astakhov, in his press service reported that he is at the event together with Vladimir Putin.

Previously Astakhov in his Instagram said that it will provide information about what is happening around the post of the Ombudsman on Friday in Simferopol. However, no reports that there was a press conference has not yet been reported, and the media send messages that may be replaced by Mizulina. Astakhov in Instagram appeared only splash screen with the words: “When you see that you are black, take something like the healing dirt. St. Theophan The Recluse”. And on Twitter he commented on the rumors that went on vacation in Monte Carlo: “the Sick mind and the Crimea perceives as Monte Carlo… And Sevastopol as Miami.”

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