Kemerovo Governor Aman Tuleev extends vacation once more
A source in the local administration said the vacation had been extended for an indefinite period.
Kemerovo Governor Aman Tuleev has extended his vacation for the second time, Interfax reported adding that the official has been on vacation since May 22.
Earlier it was reported that the governor took a ten-day leave, after which Mr. Tuleev did not show up and the first deputy governor Vladimir Chernov was performing his duties. The administration then reported that the vacation had been extended until June 16. Now the source said that the leave had been extended indefinitely.
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