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On the post of the governor of Primorye nominated 5-th candidate

Anton Sergeev, a candidate from the regional branch of the Democratic Choice party, became the fifth contender to run for governor of Primorye.

"The candidate has provided the documents necessary for nomination," Roman Okhotnikov, secretary of the regional electoral committee, told Interfax-Dalny Vostok on Tuesday.

A. Sergeev was born in 1980, has an economic education, now he is the director of Vladivostok Real Estate LLC.

Earlier, the electoral commission was notified of their nomination for the upcoming gubernatorial elections: Acting Governor of the Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky, supported by United Russia, Vladivostok Duma Deputy Andrei Andreichenko (LDPR), pensioner Vladimir Lebedev from the Communist Party of Social Justice, First Secretary of the Primorsky Regional Branch of the Communist Party Vladimir Grishukov - from the Communist Party.

Direct elections of the head of the region in Primorye will be held for the first time in the last 13 years. From 2001 to 2012, this position was held by Sergey Darkin. After his resignation in the spring of 2012, V. Miklushevsky was vested with the powers of the governor.

31 May 2014, at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he stated that he decided to go to early elections in September in order to gain the confidence of local residents to continue his work. The head of state supported this request.

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