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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Samara cetverokatnice lowered the rating for not knowing the name of the Governor

The blog of the Deputy of the Samara provincial Duma Mikhail Matveev has a story about how because of ignorance of behalf of the Governor Nikolay Merkushkin the fourth-reduced valuation on the subject of “Surrounding world”.

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The question, according to record, was “Who is N. And.Merkushin?” (Samara region Governor Nikolai Ivanovich Merkushkin.)

According to the MP, one of the parents complained to him that the child came after the exam tear-stained. “Because I learned about the ravines, and the answer he didn’t know. What now will we have a mark for “the world” – is unclear, in Russian and mathematics five, and there is such a stupidity! Many children did not answer. It’s not a science, and the world and it’s children!”

Thus, in response to complaints the office of the Director of the school allegedly responded that children in fourth grade have to know the name of the Governor, without explaining the connection between this fact and the subject of “Surrounding world”.

Recall that Merkushkin, the former head of the Mordovia Republic, is notorious: before the past elections in the state Duma it was read to voters “DULLES plan” (Phi fragments of the novel “the Eternal call” by A. Ivanov), scaring them with such “plans of the opposition”, and revealments for many months without receiving a salary of workers of the region in meetings with the US Ambassador.

Thus, according to the investigation of the FBC, Merkushkin and his entourage have luxury real estate near Moscow.


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