SEVASTOPOL, January 26. /Corr. Janina Vaskovsky/. Alexey Chaly refused to answer journalists ‘ questions related to his resignation from the post of speaker of the legislative Assembly of Sevastopol.
The speaker of the legislative Assembly is not satisfied with the work of the government of Sevastopol on a number of fronts
“I will not comment, but I will be active as a Deputy, to participate in the hearing of report of the Governor”, he said.
Chaly said that the actions of the Governor of Sevastopol Sergey meniailo, which began on Tuesday to report to the legislature, “cowardice”.
“I have a feeling that the Governor smalodushnichal. Requires the deputies ‘ questions in advance. We let him and the answers will provide”, – said Chaly.
According to the adviser Chaly, Alexei Filimonov, the decision on resignation of the speaker will be prepared to the next meeting of the legislative Assembly.
“By the next meeting of the legislative Assembly, which will take place approximately two weeks later, will produce a ruling on this issue. This procedure is provided by regulation,” – said Filimonov.
The resignation of Alexei Chaly to the post of Chairman of the legislative Assembly of Sevastopol was declared on Tuesday at session of city Parliament. It was read by the chief of staff of the legislative Assembly Sergey Gradirovsky. Chaly himself in the meeting room was not present.
After the announcement of the application Chaly meeting of the legislative Assembly of Sevastopol was declared closed.
The Governor of Sevastopol were categorically against the resignation Chaly. This was reported by his press Secretary Kirill Moskalenko.
“The Governor believes that now is not the time to change the speaker of the legislative Assembly. Mr. Menyailo believes that Alex Chlomo don’t need to go anywhere, but rather to stay and to build cooperation of the legislative branch with the Executive. This will benefit the city and citizens of Sevastopol. For its part, the government of Sevastopol always ready for a constructive dialogue”, – said Moskalenko.
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