Aleksandr Filimonov to head Mordovia Prosecutor's Office
Aleksandr Filimonov will be the new Prosecutor of Mordovia. His candidacy was approved by the vast majority of votes at the seventh session of the National Assembly of the Republic.
It was Deputy Prosecutor General Sergey Zaitsev who presented the candidacy of the new Regional Prosecutor to the deputies of the State Assembly of Mordovia.
Now the Russian President, who appoints regional leaders of the supervisory authority by issuing decrees, should take a decision on the candidate agreed by deputies.
State Class 3 Counselor of Justice Aleksandr Filimonov was born in Belgorod region. In 1996, he graduated from the Yaroslav Mudry Law Academy. At various times, he worked as an assistant prosecutor in Stary Oskol and Belgorod region deputy prosecutor; before Mordovia, he served as head of the supervisory authority in the Kursk region. Aleksandr Filimonov has the title of ‘Honored Worker of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation’ and was awarded the Jubilee Medal ‘290 years of the Prosecutor's Office of Russia.’
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