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Mayor temporarily deprived of hunting ticket on Sakhalin

Mayor temporarily deprived of hunting ticket on Sakhalin
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Okha Mayor Sergei Gusev was brought to administrative responsibility for the illegal shooting of ducks outside the hunting season. This deprivation of a hunting ticket for an official is not the first.

According to TASS, the case of Sergei Gusev was examined by the Okha District Court. By decision of the court, the hunting ticket was seized from the mayor of Okha for eight months. Earlier he also was deprived of a hunting ticket in 2017 - they returned the document to him just in 2020.

 Okha Mayor's illegal hunt information appeared in late May. He went hunting with a friend. In total, they caught 45 ducks and 12 geese - this is significantly higher than the allowed daily production volume. At the same time, among the ducks were females, which were forbidden to shoot at that time. When checking information was confirmed by hunting surveillance

 K aboutresponsibility to attract the mayor Sakhalin Governor Valery Limarenko called on. He appealed to the court with a statement about the deprivation of Sergey Gusev’s post in connection with the loss of confidence.
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