The Kremlin has decided on a new head of internal policy Department


The new head of the Department of internal policy of the President, most likely, will be the Deputy presidential envoy in the Central Federal district Andrey Yarin, said two people close to the Kremlin. Yarin will succeed in this position, Tatiana Voronov, who heads the state Duma. Yarin Wednesday night, was unavailable for comment.

In the beginning of 2000-ies he led the representation of the Vladimir region administration under the government of Russia, then was briefly Deputy Prime Minister of Chechnya. Prime Minister in Chechnya, then, was the current presidential envoy to the Volga Federal district Mikhail Babich. From 2004 to 2005, Yarin was the head of the government of the Ryazan region, then worked as the Deputy chief of Department of internal policy in the office of the then presidential envoy in the southern Federal district Dmitry Kozak. From 2006 to 2009 held a post of the Chairman of government Kabardino-Balkar Republic, then became the chief adviser and later chief of staff, Deputy head of presidential administration Alexander Beglov. After the appointment Beglov, presidential envoy in the Central Federal district Yarin became his Deputy.

A source close to the Kremlin, describes yasmin as more of a technical figure. In his opinion, it will be clear by the policies of the new curator of the political block of the Kremlin Sergey Kiriyenko.

“Yarin — likely candidate, there are people who can recommend Kiriyenko, says political analyst Leonid Davydov. — Besides he has suitable experience in the Central Federal district he was in charge of similar issues”.

Changes in the political block of the Kremlin began after the Duma elections, when the curator of this direction, the first Deputy head of the presidential administration Vyacheslav Volodin was elected speaker of the lower house of Parliament. In his place the President appointed the head of Rosatom Sergey Kiriyenko. After that, the media reported that the new head will replace and the leadership of the Department of internal policy. First out Deputy head of Department, responsible for information policy, Olga Sitnikov. She became Deputy head of the state Duma apparatus. In its place, as reported by media and confirmed sources will be assigned in charge of the press Rosatom Sergey Novikov. Another former Deputy chief of internal policy Department Igor Depakin in charge of the regions, was managing the Affairs of the state Duma.

Information about the possible resignation Raven also appeared in the press. On Wednesday the Duma Committee on rules formally recommended her for the post of head of Department.

Informed sources mentioned as possible candidates on a post of the head of Department of internal policy of the head of Rossotrudnichestvo Lyubov Glebova, the head of Department on work with regions of Rosatom Alexander Kharichev and the head of the Kremlin administration for civil service personnel and Anton Fedorova. According to two interlocutors close to presidential administration, none of these candidates are currently not considered.

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