Belykh prepares a memo with tips for the new Kirov governor while being in pre-trial detention center
Nikita Belykh, who is imprisoned until 24th of August, said that he is intended to prepare a memo with tips and recommendations for a new Kirov governor.
Elena Abdullayeva, the member of the Social Monitoring Commission, named Belykh's state as wonderful and cheerful. She also added that "there was no hunger strike and he did not declare one".
"He's chipper, preparing some notes for a new governor. He worries about the way the new governor is going to work in this complex region", - Elena Abdullayeva underlined.
Recall that the CrimeRussia previously reported, the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, dismissed Nikita Belykh from the post of the Kirov Governor. The decree on the early termination of the governor’s powers in connection with the loss of confidence in the head of state was signed. The former Head of Rosreestr, Igor Vasiliev, was appointed to the position of the Kirov governor a.i.
It should also be noted that earlier, the deputies of the regional Legislative Assembly has discussed the vote of no-confidence in Nikita Belykh, but then the initiative was not supported.
As for the hunger strike of Nikita Belykh, which was previously reported in the media, it was the limited amount of calories consumed by Belykh. "It's really a hunger strike, because the man gets less than 1000 calories a day, he has a problem with the withdrawal of toxins from the body, due to the absence of mineral water and poor accessibility of water" , - commented Andrei Babushkin, the member of the Human Rights Council.
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