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Chairman of the City Duma of Khabarovsk dismissed from office

Chairman of the City Duma of Khabarovsk dismissed from office
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The chairman of the Khabarovsk City Duma, Mikhail Sidorov, was released from office ahead of schedule. The decision was made by his colleagues.

The decision to terminate the powers of the head of the city deputy corps was made on March 23 at a meeting of the City Duma. 20 deputies voted for the termination of the powers of Mikhail Sidorov, ten people voted against, and there were no abstentions. Some of the deputies left the parliamentary session in protest.

Natalia Zhiryakova was also removed from the post of deputy chairman of the Khabarovsk City Duma. Vladimir Matveev became the new chairman of the Khabarovsk City Duma. His candidacy was supported by 22 deputies, three were against, and nine people abstained. Prior to his appointment, Vladimir Matveev worked as an assistant in a military unit. Has two higher educations: Higher Command School named after. Rokossovsky and FVGUPS, specializing in law. His first initiative as speaker was a proposal to remove Denis Kuratov from the post of chairman of the local government committee.

In November 2020, the ranks of the LDPR decided to leave 17 deputies of the Khabarovsk City Duma at once, including its chairman Mikhail Sidorov. They wrote applications to quit the party. Later they change your mind do it. The deputies also explained their decision not to leave the party by the fact that they were approached by the sister of Sergei Furgal, the ex-governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, the leader of the LDPR registrar. She asked not to leave the Liberal Democratic Party, so that this would not affect the protection of the former head of the region.

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