Governor of Arkhangelsk region Igor Orlov was 7 since early may, the head of the region, the resignation which was accepted by the President. Apparently, his resignation will be the last before the September elections.
During the working meeting in the Kremlin Governor of Arkhangelsk region Igor Orlov asked the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to support his decision to leave in early September to participate in direct elections and thus to enlist the support of the inhabitants of the Arkhangelsk region. "Overall, we expect that this is the last Governor, who made the decision on preschedule resignation", - quotes the answer of Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti.
Except Orlov in recent weeks has resigned governors of Smolensk, Kostroma, Omsk, Leningrad, Irkutsk regions, and even the head of the Kamchatka Krai. Also, was transferred to work in the government ex-head of Krasnodar region Alexander Tkachev.
Earlier Days.Roo was informed that President Vladimir Putin accepted the early resignation of the Governor of the Kostroma region Sergey Sitnikov, Governor of Omsk region Viktor Nazarov, Governor of the Irkutsk region Sergey Eroschenko, Governor of Kamchatskiy Krai Vladimir Ilyukhin, and the Governor of Leningrad region Alexander Drozdenko.
In the Kremlin explained the increased incidence of premature resignations of the governors of a technical point, because all of them wish to participate in the next elections. The "pipeline" of resignations of governors that took place in the last days, explained by cost considerations and pre-election logic, told the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov. According to his statement, dismissed the governors prematurely stopped its own powers only to be elected to their posts by the people.
Soglasowanii Central election Commission, gubernatorial elections will be held in a single voting day, September 13, in 17 regions of the state. Several of elections prematurely - heads of regions deliberately resigned to go through the voting function.
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