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A new senator was elected from the Amur Region instead of P. Maslovsky
The deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Amur Region today elected to the post of senator instead of Pavel Maslovsky, who had resigned from office, head of the audit company Yuri Kushnary.
Two nominations were put to the vote. Chairman of the Legislative Assembly Konstantin Dyakonov nominated non-party Y. Kushnar, faction of the LDPR - businessman Denis Chubarov.
In a secret ballot, 22 of 34 deputies voted for Y. Kushnarya, the other 12 voted for D.Chubarova.
P. Maslovsky, one of the founders of the gold-mining alliance Petropavlovsk, in his speech before the Legislative Assembly noted that the decision to leave the Federation Council was forced. According to him, the mining industry is going through a very difficult time, especially those sectors that are engaged in the extraction of gold and iron ore.
“I see the need to make every effort to continue and develop the projects that the company is engaged in in the Amur Region. My experience is needed here now. I cannot reproach my colleagues in Petropavlovsk for anything, but in these difficult conditions it is necessary to continue large projects and at the same time, to struggle with this economic situation, which has become quite difficult, I seem to leave my district committee for the front, "- said P. Maslovsky.
As reported, one of the founders of the gold-mining alliance Petropavlovsk P. Maslovsky decided to leave the Federation Council ahead of schedule to return to the company. He represented the interests of the Amur Region in the Federation Council from December 2011 and was a member of the Committee on Agrarian and Food Policy and Environmental Management.
Y. Kushnar is a member of the budget, taxes, economy and property committee of the Legislative Assembly of the region. He has two higher educations: he graduated from the Kiev Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers (1980 year) and the Moscow State Law Academy (1994year). Last 20 years, he heads the audit company.