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Former candidate for governor of Primorye accused the head of the region of bribery
Andrei Ishchenko, deputy of the Primorsky Territory legislative assembly from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, said that his rival in the elections for the post of governor in 2018 offered him two million dollars for refusing to participate in the elections. The representative of the head of the region Oleg Kozhemyako replied that now the words of the deputy will be checked by the ethics commission.
According to RBC, according to Ishchenko, he himself refused the money. At the same time, I was not going to insert sticks in the wheels. In addition, according to the deputy, he then recorded this telephone conversation and transmitted the information to the FSB.
In 2018, elections in the Primorsky Territory were held again. After the revealed violations, the election commission was unable to determine the winner and canceled the voting results. Ishchenko was not admitted to the re-run by the regional election committee.