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They want to reduce the post of vice speaker of parliament in Buryatia

They want to reduce the post of vice speaker of parliament in Buryatia

After the scandal surrounding the vice-speaker of the People’s Khural of Buryatia, Bair Zhambalov, the deputies proposed to relieve him of this post and generally reduce it. With such an initiative was the faction of "United Russia" Khurala, of which Zhambalov was a member.

They are planning to consider the initiative to relieve Zhambalov from office at the next session of the People’s Khural - May 6. To do this, they will create a commission of deputies. Its chairman will be Tsyren-Dashi Dorzhiev. According to the press service of the Buryat branch of United Russia, until the next June session, the faction proposed to work out the issue of reducing the position of vice speaker in People’s Khural.

This week, the Soviet District Court of Ulan-Ude sent Bair Zhambalov under house arrest. This is due to the criminal case of the resonant accident in which the girl died. The tragedy occurred near the village of Baturino, at first it was stated that businessman Galust Pilosyan did it, but in Zhambalov’s car, so he went through the criminal case as a witness.

In January Zhambalova expelled from United Russiathen he wrote a statement about resignation voluntarily from the post of vice speaker of the parliament of Buryatia.

The politician was charged with violation of the rules of the road when driving a vehicle that resulted in the death of a person, coupled with leaving the scene. He is also threatened with punishment for leaving in danger, since he did not provide assistance to the still alive girl and disappeared. The prosecution of an entrepreneur who tried to take the blame on himself was stopped.

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