Deputy Lebedev believes schools are a potential candidate for the post of head of the CEC

Deputy Lebedev believes schools are a potential candidate for the post of head of the CEC


Boris Ebzeev, a former constitutional court judge, he has long been in the focus of the presidential administration, explained the Vice-speaker of the state Duma from LDPR Igor Lebedev.

MOSCOW, 3 Mar. Vice-speaker of the state Duma from LDPR Igor Lebedev considers a possible candidate for the post of head of Russia’s Central election Commission incumbent Board member Boris Ebzeyev.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday signed a decree on the members of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation, including Deputy Vasily Likhachev, the Commissioner for human rights Ella Pamfilova, the Deputy head of FAS Alexander Kinev acting CEC member schools and the representative of the party “Patriots of Russia” Evgeny Shevchenko. The current head of the CEC Vladimir Churov in this list does not appear.

“I would have paid more attention to the candidate schools. It is a former judge of the constitutional court it seems to Me that he has long been in the focus of the presidential administration. It seems to me that out of the five that were introduced by the President, and yet we believe that the candidacy of the Chairman of the CEC is hidden in one of the five, then perhaps I would dare to put on schools,” said Lebedev.