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Two candidates were deprived of the right to participate in the elections of the mayor of Yakutsk
The Yakut city territorial election commission has deprived registration of two more candidates for the election of the mayor of the capital of the republic. Earlier, three more left the pre-election race.
According to SakhaLife, according to an official decision, Ilya Paymushkin and Mikael Zabolotny will be deleted from the ballots. On information posters they will be pasted over with white paper, and from ballots they will be crossed out with a blue pen. This decision was made by the electoral commission due to violations in the paperwork. The Supreme Court, to which the candidates have appealed, upheld the decision of the local courts.
Earlier, Mikhail Myarikyanov, Alexander Ammosov and Vladimir Fedorov left the race. In total, six candidates will compete for the post of mayor: Yevgeny Grigoriev, Ivan Komarov, Savva Mikhailov, Vitaly Obedin, Ayaal Prokopyev and Yevgeny Ryabchenko. The elections will be held in three days from 26 to 28 March.