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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Spring and Poklonsky tipped to head a key Committee of the Duma

One of the key committees of the State Duma of the Russian Federation — on constitutional legislation and state construction loses its former Manager, representative of “United Russia” Vladimir Pligin. On its place designate, in particular, Natalia Polonskaya or Irina Yarovaya.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Pligin, who was elected from St. Petersburg, now gets the mandate, despite the fact that he was standing at the entrance, the fifth place in the regional group. However, because of the extremely low turnout in the Duma, he still misses.

In this regard, (and in the case that the mandate he will not give, for example, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, as he did in the previous convocation by Irina Yarovaya), Pligin may remain outside the walls of Parliament, and the Committee — without an experienced and professional leader, write “Vedomosti”.

Read about the results of elections in single-mandate constituencies.

In its place the newspaper on the basis of conversations with various sources in the Duma and her unit nominate various candidates, including Irina Yarovaya or Natalia Poklonskaya.

We will remind that the Prosecutor of the Crimea, as the Deputy elected to the Duma from “United Russia”, and Spring recently received a commendation from the President. At the same time she Poklonskaya previously stated that it would be interesting to the Committee for CIS Affairs.

However, perhaps the third candidate is Deputy Pligin Dmitriy Vyatkin, who already has experience in Committee and leadership.

The first Duma meeting, when and will be allocated positions in the Parliament, will have to go in early October.


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