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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Navalny said as Volodin helped earn the Fund of struggle against corruption

The founder of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexei Navalny explained what benefits his organization has learned from the proposal of Russian President Vladimir Putin to appoint the former first Deputy head of presidential administration, State Duma speaker.

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Vyacheslav Volodin

According to the politician, quoted his colleague Leonid Volkov, thanks to the appointment of the FCO budget will be replenished with 14 thousand rubles: so much lost Volkov people who did not believe in its forecast that Volodin will not return to the presidential administration at the beginning of Anton Vaino. Last topped up, when Volodin was on vacation.

Dispute Volkov, in particular, has lost the main editor of “echo of Moscow” Alexei Venediktov, who put ten thousand roubles counting on the fact that the opinion Volkova did not materialize.

Recall that today Putin appealed to the elected deputies of the Duma to consider candidacy Volodin to the post of speaker of the lower house of Parliament. Thus, the previous speaker, Sergei Naryshkin, was yesterday appointed head of the presidents foreign intelligence Service.

In turn, the former head of SVR Mikhail Fradkov headed the Board of Directors of Russian Railways.

Final approval of the speaker Volodin to be held at the first meeting of the Council, which Putin had requested no later than October 5. In his support already expressed by the heads of all four passed in Parliament parties.

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