Deputy head of the Department of labor and social protection of the population of the municipality Tatiana Barsukova
Barsukova on the withdrawal of his candidacy in Medvedevskom one-mandatory district of Moscow, reported “Kommersant” confirmed the source at the capital’s branch of “United Russia”.
Opponent Barsukova in Medvedkovsky district, the former prefect of Northern district of Moscow Oleg Mitvol has heard that she was ill, he reported to RBC, refusing further comment.
Previously, he was sent to the state office of public Prosecutor the letter with the request to pay attention to the fact that Barsukov is responsible with the Park hotel “Syamozero”, but still is not a defendant in a criminal case.
The decision Barsukova on his withdrawal was connected with possible claims about the tragedy in Karelia, told RBC a source close to the city branch of “United Russia”.
According to a source RBC in the “United Russia”, the party can’t nominate anyone in this district, thus, in Medvedkovo will continue to fight two well-known candidates: human rights activist Andrei Babushkin from the “Apple” and nominated his candidacy at the last moment from the party “Green” Oleg Mitvol.
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The Deputy head of the Moscow Department of social protection Tatiana Barsukova was in the primaries “United Russia” as the independent candidate and won in the district with a score of 62,57%.
Barsukov signed on behalf of the Moscow Department contract with the “Park hotel “Syamozero in Karelia, where in June killed 14 children. Member of the Public chamber Georgy Fedorov, commenting on the tragedy, said that violations of the procurement could be one of the causes of the tragedy.
Babushkin, member of Yabloko since 1999, the municipal Deputy in the estate since 2008. He heads the public organization “Committee for civil rights and part of the presidential Council on human rights.