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The head of Sakhalin suggested the court to dismiss the mayor of Okha

The head of Sakhalin suggested the court to dismiss the mayor of Okha
Photo: adm-okha.ru

The governor of the Sakhalin region sent a statement to the district court on the early termination of office of the head of the Okha region, Sergei Gusev. Local residents complain about him, they point to illiterate management decisions, failure to implement social programs.

Residents of Okha believe that, due to the mayor’s fault, the environmental situation in the region worsens, and the population leaves the promising oil producing region. Residents requested early termination of Sergey Gusev's powers at the end of 2019. Then about one thousand people put signatures on the document.

According to the press service of the regional government, the residents of the damaged houses that suffered during the 1995 earthquake still do not know when and where they will be relocated. Common accidents and disruptions in the construction and repair of facilities became commonplace.

Recently Sergey Gusev forestry inspectors detained with a large batch of shot ducks and geese. Okha Mayor and a friend were found on an aero boat during a raid; more than 12 geese and 45 ducks were found in men, while among the prey there were 19 females, the shooting of which is prohibited in spring. This case will be considered by the Magistrate's Court of the Okha city district.

It turned out that this is not the first violation of the hunting rules of Sergey Gusev. In 2017, a hunting rifle was seized from him, and later deprived of the right to hunt. They were returned only this year.

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