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In Primorye, a new ombudsman was elected
70-year-old former chairman of the Vladivostok Duma Valery Rozov became the ombudsman for Primorye. Deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Primorsky Territory supported his candidacy by secret ballot during the next meeting.
The Governor of Primorsky Krai introduced Rozov's candidacy to the Legislative Assembly. The deputies held a secret ballot - 25 people voted for, nine against.
The website of the coastal parliament reported that the elections were held due to the fact that the former ombudsman Vladimir Ushakov had a five-year term of office in January 2014.