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Gaidar had formulated the reasons for the renunciation of citizenship of the Russian Federation

The policy statement of Maria Gaidar on the renunciation of citizenship of the Russian Federation in connection with the acquisition of the citizenship of Ukraine was received in the Directorate on migration of the MIA of Russia, reports the Agency. About the statement Gaidar said 7 Aug.

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According to the Department, Gaidar in his address, asked to deprive of her citizenship of the Russian Federation not only because of the citizenship of Ukraine (she was given it personally to Peter Poroshenko), but due to the “unwillingness to live and work in Russia.”

Recall that Gaidar began his career in the Ukraine in July 2015, when he became adviser to the Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili. Following this, on 4 August, she received Ukrainian citizenship, a prerequisite for which was the refusal of the Russian passport, which was required by the legislation of the neighbouring countries.

Following this, Gaidar, is nominated from the “bloc Poroshenko” became the Deputy of the Odessa regional Council, and then was appointed to the post of Deputy Chairman of administration of the Odessa region on social issues.

However, on may 10, 2016 due to the dissatisfaction of the locals, she was forced to leave his post, saying he will continue work in Ukraine, as Saakashvili’s Advisor.

We will remind that in June of 2016 on charges of receiving bribes were detained ex-the Governor of the Kirov region Nikita Belykh, in which Gaidar began his administrative career in 2009 becoming his Deputy for social issues (his position in the Kirov region it left in 2011).


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