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12 candidates were selected for the contest for the election of the head of Petropavlovsk
12 candidates will compete for the post of head of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. They were selected to participate in the mayoral contest.
According to the press service of the City Council of Petropavlovsk, the applicant from Moscow wanted to take part in the competition, but her application was not accepted, because she submitted it electronically, and not in person or through a representative. Maxim Lenchik, ex-chief of the Internal Affairs Directorate of Petropavlovsk, acting head of Petropavlovsk Konstantin Bryzgin, deputy head of the city Alexander Sashenkov, former director of the dairy Vasily Milovanov, fair-Russian Dmitry Bobrovskikh claim to be the head of the city district.
The competition will be held in two stages: verification of the submitted documents and an interview. The first stage will take place on March 31. The meeting, at which the deputies will elect a new head of the city, is scheduled for April.
The former head of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Vitaly Ivanenko in November last year resigned, he was later detained on suspicion of receiving a bribe. Ex-head of the city presented charge and sent under house arrest, and then extended it until 17 March 2020.