Kremlin does not intend to remove Tuleev from post of Kemerovo region Governor
Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation Sergey Kirienko said that Aman Tuleev is one of the authoritative heads of Russian regions.
According to First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation Sergey Kirienko, the Kremlin's plans do not include the replacement of the Head of the Kemerovo region. Aman Tuleev has approved himself as an authoritative Governor and will remain the Head of the Kuzbass.
"It's all right. He had a serious operation. Let's wish him to go through rehabilitation quickly. This is one of the authoritative Russian governors," Sergey Kirienko told media representatives, who were interested in whether personnel rearrangements are planned in the region in connection with the rocky health of Aman Tuleev.
Recall, the CrimeRussia previously reported that Aman Tuleev returned to Kemerovo from the capital's clinic on August 12. In Moscow, he underwent a rehabilitation course after an operation on the spine, which he had previously underwent in Germany. Currently, Tuleev continues to undergo a recovery course, but already on an outpatient basis. The date when he will return to his gubernatorial duties, doctors will determine.
It should also be noted that the investigating authorities intend to question Aman Tuleev as a witness in the extortion case. Recall that in November 2016, on suspicion of extortion, law enforcement agencies detained the vice-governors of the Kemerovo region Alexey Ivanov and Alexander Danilchenko, as well as Head of the ICR regional department Sergey Kalinkin. Tuleev himself called this an attempt to exert pressure on him.
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