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The vice-governor of the Irkutsk region resigned

The vice-governor of the Irkutsk region resigned
Photo: Dmitry Chernyshov / facebook.com

Following the former head of the Irkutsk region, Sergey Levchenko, his deputy Dmitry Chernyshov resigned. He announced this on his page in social networks and explained the reason for this decision.

“The reasons for this decision, I think, are clear: I was appointed for the term of office of the elected governor Sergei Georgievich Levchenko and must leave with him! I think it's fair! " - wrote the vice-governor.

Russian President Vladimir Putin accepted the resignation of Sergey Levchenko 12 December. The former governor said that will not leave region, but will continue to work for its good, but in a different capacity. The acting head of the region was Deputy Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Igor Kobzev.

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