PETROZAVODSK, March 15. /Corr. Igor Lukyanov/. Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of Karelia Irina Petelava may take in the place state Duma Deputy Nikolai Levicheva in case of being elected to work in the CEC. This was reported by itself Vice-the speaker.
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“The final decision will be made by the Presidium of the Central Council of the party. Previously, there was a meeting of the Board of the chamber of deputies of the party “Fair Russia”, where at the suggestion of Nicholas Levicheva, it was recommended the Central Council to consider my candidacy in the state Duma”, – said Petelava.
According to her, the meeting of the Presidium of the Central Council of the party will be held after March 28, which is the last day of work Levicheva in Goodme. The exact date of session not known to her.
“On 28 March, Nikolai Levichev starts to work in the Central electoral Commission, i.e., on March 28 released its mandate,” said Petelava.
If the party does not render any decision, the CEC shall make a decision according to the results of elections of deputies of Goodmy 2011. “Then am I,” said the Vice-speaker of the Karelian Parliament.
Irina Petelava is the head of the Karelian branch of party “Fair Russia” and the Vice-speaker of the legislative Assembly of Karelia of the fifth convocation. Previously, she was also elected Deputy of the Petrozavodsk city Council and held the position of Deputy Minister of education of the Republic.
The Central election Commission of the Russian Federation is formed for a period of 5 years, consisting of 15 people, 5 of whom shall be approved by the state Duma, 5 – the Federation Council, and the remaining 5 – the President of the Russian Federation. The powers of the current members of the CEC expires March 27.
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The Federation Council on 10 February was delegated to the new CEC Senator Nicholas bulayeva, publicist Alexander kljukina, as well as active members of the Central electoral Commission of Maya Grishin (passed on the quota of the President of the Russian Federation), Siyabshah Shapieva and Anton Lopatin,
From the active members of the CEC quota in SF not included Elena Dubrovina and Nina kuliasova and Secretary of the CEC Nikolai Konkin.
The faction in the state Duma also decided on the candidates to the CEC. Among them included the Vice-speaker Nikolai Levichev (“Fair Russia”), deputies Sergey Sirotkin (LDPR) Valery Galchenko, as well as current members of the CEC Evgeny Kolyushin (Communist party) and Valery Kryukov (“United Russia”).
Currently the state Duma in the CEC are in addition to those members of the Commission Denis Panshin (United Russia), Sergey Danilenko (“Fair Russia”) and Oleg Lavrov (LDPR).
The current head of the CEC Vladimir Churov was appointed under the presidential quota.
On 18 September of the current year in Russia will be held on the single voting day, which will take place during elective campaigns of various level, including state Duma deputies and heads of some subjects of Federation.