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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Acting Governor of Sevastopol proposed Chalyi again to become speaker of the local Parliament


Acting Governor of Sevastopol Dmitry Ovsyannikov suggested to Alexei Chalyi to return to the position of Chairman of the regional Parliament. This post he left in March of this year, according to some, because of the conflict with the former head of Sevastopol.


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On the proposal made by Ovsyannikov, RIA Novosti reported the former adviser to the speaker of the legislative Assembly of Sevastopol Alexey Filimonov.

“With a proposal to return to the position of Chairman of the legislative Assembly Alexey Chaly or approval on this post Catherine Altybaeva made acting Governor during the meeting with the deputies,” he said. The corresponding question will be considered not earlier than September, after the deputies from vacation).

In March 2016, the deputies of the Parliament took early retirement Chaly. He submitted a letter of resignation, explaining the failure of development programmes of the city’s legislative and Executive power of the region.

He stressed that he is ready to return only in the event of resignation of the Governor Sergey meniailo. Now roan is a regular member of the legislative Assembly, the duties of the speaker takes the Altabaeva.

Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin has terminated the powers Menyailo and appointed him his Plenipotentiary representative in the Siberian Federal district.

Chaly, commenting on the reshuffle, said that the new Governor of Sevastopol will get a difficult inheritance. According to him, one of the main problems in the city remains confusion in land and property relations. Also, the city is acute with utilities.

To see the interview Chaly possible in the “MK”.

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