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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Motoblue has broken the record of the national anthem, members are not confused

The new regional Duma has begun with a little hesitation. Due to a technical error, not included audio-recording of the anthem of the Russian Federation, but the deputies and did not panic and in unison sang the national anthem themselves.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The rest of the first meeting of the Moscow region Duma of the sixth convocation, which took place on 29 September, took place in the traditional scenario. First elected Chairman. It’s still — Igor Bryntsalov (the candidate of the EP). Then decided on Vice-speakers: they are now two instead of one, as in the Duma of the fifth convocation: Larissa Lazutina and Nikita Chaplin. Both of the party “United Russia”. Even the Chairman of regional Parliament will be 5 alternates. From the LDPR faction Alexander Levetchenko and Kirill Zhigarev, from the Communist party, Konstantin Cheremisov and Nikolay Vasilyev, from “Fair Russia” – Igor Chistyuhin.

The number of committees in the new Motoblue also increased, now they are 12 instead of 11. There are two new committees: on questions of ecology and environmental management and property and land relations. Previously, they were combined into one.

In addition, at the first meeting of the new regional Parliament approved two new deputies, the Chairman of the regional government Alexander Kostomarov deals with issues of internal policy and interaction with local authorities and Maksut Shadaev responsible for information technology and communications. Senator from Moscow region became the United Russia party Viktor Abramov.


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