Three ex-deputies of State Duma continue to live in Moscow service apartment
The dispossession of the previous convocation deputies continues. Under the law, former elected officials had to vacate the premises a month ago.
Three ex-deputies of the State Duma continue to occupy an apartment provided by the state for the duration of their work in Parliament contrary to the statutory regulations.
However, according to Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on Rules Mikhail Romanov, former elected officials, Vladimir Taskaev (LDPR), Mikhail Zapolev (Communist Party) and Mikhail Yashin (Edinaya Rossiya), are actively preparing for the eviction and intend to move out in the near future.
Recall that on December 4, 2016 more than 80 former members of Parliament have continued to reside in their official apartments in Moscow, but, under the law, deputies of the new convocation State Duma have the right to claim for living space.
For several days now, the minds of the public in St. Petersburg are occupied with one piece of news – Lieutenant-General Umnov, head of the Main Directorate of the MIA for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, leaves his post and sets off for a promotion to Moscow. Sergey Umnov is allegedly designated for the position of deputy minister of the MIA Vladimir Kolokoltsev. However, on the sidelines of the ministry they expect not a promotion for the Petersburg general, but an honorable resignation with the consequent loss of political weight.