The candidate for the post of Deputy Speaker of the State Duma has become known: Politics: Russia: Lenta.ru
The Commissioner for Children’s Rights in Russia Anna Kuznetsova, who entered the top five of the federal list of “United Russia” in the elections, may take the post of vice-speaker of the State Duma. About such a candidate became known to a source of two RIA News in the party.
One of the interlocutors of the index said that “there is a possibility of such an appointment.” The second also confirmed this fact, but recalled that the final decision on this issue has not yet been made.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a meeting with the leaders of the Duma parties, to nominate Vyacheslav Volodin as a candidate for the post of speaker of the State Duma of the eighth convocation. The head of state noted that he is “worthy” to head the lower house of parliament, but the decision on the results of the vote remains with the party.
On September 24, RIA Novosti reported that Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, Governor of the Moscow Region Andrei Vorobyov, full representative of the President of Russia in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev, as well as the presidential envoy to the UFO, Vladimir Yakushev, will refuse deputy mandates to the State Duma of the eighth convocation.
CEC Chairwoman Ella Pamfilova said that following the elections to the State Duma, United Russia will receive 324 mandates, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – 57, A Just Russia – For the Truth – 27, the Liberal Democratic Party – 21, the New People party – 13 mandates.