Sobyanin orders to dismiss heads of Novo-Peredelkino district council
Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin has signed a decree on the dismissal of Head and Deputy Head of the Novo-Peredelkino district government Yury Nosenko and Svetlana Antonova.
He signed the order on the dismissal of Yury Nosenko and Svetlana Antonova yesterday, September 9.
According to Sergey Sobyanin, the dismissals are due to the violations in the work, committed by Nosenko and Antonova, as well as due to the replacement of chairmen of precinct election commissions (PECs) in the district.
"I hereby order to remove Yury Nosenko from the position of the district council head of Novo-Peredelkino in Moscow and dismiss him from the state civil service of the city of Moscow in connection with the loss of confidence," the website of the Moscow mayor's office says.
As for the dismissal of Antonova, her removal from her post is associated with the video, which shows her discussing fraud in the upcoming municipal elections with the PEC representatives.
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