07.02.2017
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Out with “deuce”

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the Head of Buryatia Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn gave the President his resignation, reports “Interfax”. Of his intention not to run for a third term, he told reporters at a press conference. “But the situation suggests that the Republic needs a change. And although my powers end only in may, I wrote a statement now,” — said Nagovitsyn. The position of head of the Republic he has held since may 2012. Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to accept the resignation and has appointed temporarily fulfilling duties of the head of Buryatia Deputy transport Minister Alexei Tzudenova. Press Secretary Nagovitsyna called the resignation a “surprise to everybody.”

Earlier, on Sunday, February 5, “Vedomosti” said about the possible dismissal of seven heads of regions, among which were listed Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn. Note that the direct election of the heads of 14 regions will be held in 2017.

Following a friend

the day before the resignation Nagovitsyna, February 6, on early resignation was announced by the Governor of Perm region Viktor Basargin. He stressed that he considers “necessary to address to the President” with his resignation. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree appointed acting head of the Moscow Department of economic policy and development Maxim Reshetnikov.

the source of the TV channel “Rain” called the reason for the resignation, the permanent inter-elite conflicts in the Perm region, which did not suit the presidential Administration. The post of Perm territory Governor Basargin has held since may 2012.

Commenting on the series of resignations, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin has a long “bench” for public office. He also said that the government does not in their choice rate to the representatives of any of the units, but chooses as a squad of young and energetic politicians.

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on Monday 12 December, the Fund “Petersburg policy” together with the holding “Minchenko consulting” have presented the rating of political survival rate governors, according to which eight chapters and regions may lose their posts. The governors were evaluated on a scale of one to five, with five being the highest. Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn in ranking is ranked “two”, and Viktor Basargin — “two plus”. At risk are the head of the Oryol and Nizhny Novgorod regions, also received “two”. In the top of the ranking by the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov, President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.

In 2015, two governors of the three, received the rating of political survival mark two, have left their positions. The rankings take into account the term of office of the governors, the economic results of the work, the image in the region, and other criteria.

the Rating of political survival
  • “five”: Rustam Minnikhanov (Tatarstan), Ramzan Kadyrov (Chechnya)
  • “five with a minus”: Alexander Drozdenko (Leningrad oblast), Alexei Dyumin (Tula oblast), Sergey Sobyanin (Moscow), Dmitry Ovsyannikov (Moscow).
  • Rating “b+”: Sholban Kara-ool (Tuva), Oleg Kozhemyako (Sakhalin oblast), Ihor Rodina (Tver region), Vladimir Yakushev (Tyumen region), Dmitry Kobylkin (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district).
  • Rating “four”: Alexander Berdnikov (Altai Republic), Yuri Kokov (Kabardino-Balkaria), Alexei Orlov (Kalmykia), Rashid Temrezov (Karachay-Cherkessia), Sergei Gaplikov (Komi), Yegor Borisov (Sakha), Vyacheslav Bitarov (North Ossetia), Alexander Soloviev (Udmurtia), Natalia Zhdanova (Zabaykalsky Krai), Viktor Tolokonsky (Krasnoyarsk Krai), Vladimir Vladimirov (Stavropol territory), Svetlana Orlova (Vladimir oblast), Anton Alikhanov (Kaliningrad region), Anatoly Artamonov (Kaluga region), Igor Vasiliev (Kirov oblast), Alexey Kokorin (Kurgan oblast), Marina Kovtun (Murmansk region), Yury Berg (Orenburg oblast), Ivan Belozertsev (Penza region), Vasily Golubev (Rostov oblast), Alexander Nikitin (Tambov oblast), Sergey Morozov (Ulyanovsk region), Dmitri Mironov (Yaroslavl oblast), Alexander Levintal (Jewish Autonomous oblast), Roman Kopin (Chukotka Autonomous Okrug), Sergey Aksyonov (Crimea).
  • Evaluation of “b-minus”: Yunus-Bek Yevkurov (Ingushetia), Vladimir Volkov (Mordovia), Mikhail Ignatiev (Chuvashia), Vladimir Ilyukhin (Kamchatka Krai), Veniamin Kondratiev (Krasnodar region), Vyacheslav Shport (Khabarovsk Krai), Alexander Zhilkin (Astrakhan region), Evgenie Savchenko (Belgorod region), Alexander Bogomazov (Bryansk region), Alexey Gordeev (Voronezh oblast), Sergey Levchenko (Irkutsk oblast), Alexander Mikhailov (Kursk oblast), Oleg Korolev (Lipetsk oblast), Vladimir Pechyony (Magadan oblast), Igor Koshin (Nenets Autonomous Okrug).
  • assessment of the “three plus”: Alexander Karlin (Altai Krai), Vladimir Miklushevsky (Primorye), Oleg Kuvshinnikov (Vologda oblast), Sergey Sitnikov (Kostroma region), Andrey Vorobyev (Moscow oblast), Victor Nazarov (Omsk region).
  • Evaluation of three: Aslan Tkhakushinov (Adygea), Rustem Khamitov (Bashkortostan), Ramazan Abdulatipov (Dagestan), Leonid Markelov (Mari El Republic), Victor Zimin (Khakassia), Alexander Kozlov (Amur region), Igor Orlov (Arkhangelsk region), Andrey Bocharov (Volgograd oblast), Paul Skates (Ivanovo oblast), Aman Tuleyev (Kemerovo oblast), Oleg Kovalev (Ryazan oblast), Alexei Ostrovsky (Smolensk oblast), Boris Dubrovsky (Chelyabinsk oblast), Natalia Komarova (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug).
  • Evaluation of “three-minus”: Alexander Khudilainen (Karelia), Sergey Mitin (Novgorod region), Vladimir Gorodetsky (Novosibirsk oblast), Sergey Zhvachkin (Tomsk oblast), Georgy Poltavchenko (Saint-Petersburg).
  • evaluation of the “two plus”: Viktor Basargin (Perm Krai), Andrei Turchak (Pskov region), Nikolay Merkushkin (Samara oblast), Valeriy Radaev (Saratov region), Yevgeny Kuyvashev (Sverdlovsk oblast).
  • Score “two”: Vyacheslav Nagovitsyn (Buryatia), Valery Shantsev (Nizhny Novgorod region), Vadim Potomsky (Oryol oblast).
the experts

the Director of the Institute of political studies Sergei Markov specially to Hit.Media:

Sergei Markov
Sergei Markov

“In these permutations has no great political sense. Rotation of governors is slowly. If will be replaced by three governors, three months, twelve new governors per year. So, the governors will change every eight years. This is a normal routine work. Looking at the figures. Who is worse who is better.

If to speak about the role of governors in Russian politics, from the Federal point of view, it is minimal, we still have centralized power. At the same time at their level, the governors have a very strong influence on the lives of ordinary people — for example, the transfer of St. Isaac’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg sanctioned personally Poltavchenko.

as for the rumors of impending reshuffle of the governors of Karelia, Novgorod, Ryazan and other areas, they are quite real. These regions are in distress. However, it is a natural process”.

What happened after

Governor of Novgorod region Sergey Mitin, 13 Feb announced early termination of powers, reports “Interfax”. He also refused to participate in elections in 2017.

Recall that the name of Sergei Mitin appeared in “Vedomosti”.

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