Poklonskaya’s post may be held by Moscow Deputy Prosecutor Oleg Kamshilov
The candidacy of the First Deputy Prosecutor of Moscow was put in for position of the Prosecutor of Crimea by Prosecutor General of Russia Yuri Chaika.
Head of the Parliament Committee concerning the state construction and self-government of the Republic of Crimea Efim Fiks reported this to RIA Novosti.
On December 28 Kamshilov's candidacy will be considered by the Crimean Parliament at an emergency meeting. It is reported that the applicant for a position will address deputies who then will make the decision. It should be noted that the intrigue around a position of the prosecutor of the Crimea remains for a long time since Natalya Poklonskaya retired from this post after being elected as the Deputy of the State Duma.
As the CrimeRussia reported earlier, Head of the State Office Department of Public Prosecutor in the defense industry complex sphere Dmitry Demeshin, close friend of the son Prosecutor General Artem Chaika and good acquaintance of husband of Natalya Poklonskaya, Federal Inspector of the office of the plenipotentiary of the President in the Crimean Federal District Andrey Krasilnikov applied for this attractive post. According to a source, Deputy Prosecutor of the Moscow Region Oleg Manakov, whose nomination was earlier supported by Yuri Chaika, competed with Kamshilov.
However, plans of a management of the supervising department changed, and Chaika offered Siberian Oleg Kamshilov, who earlier worked as the First Deputy City Prosecutor of Omsk and after the Deputy Prosecutor of the Krasnoyarsk Region, on a post of the Prosecutor of the Crimea.
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