The court did not involve the head of Karelia on the case of the resignation of ex-mayor of Petrozavodsk

The court did not involve the head of Karelia on the case of the resignation of ex-mayor of Petrozavodsk

PETROZAVODSK, January 20. /Corr. Igor Lukyanov/. The Petrozavodsk city court decided not to invite the person concerned to the head of Karelia Alexander Khudilainen in the case of the resignation of ex-mayor Galina Chisinau, said the correspondent of TASS from the courtroom.

“As to the petition for attraction to participation in business in quality of interested persons as the head of the Republic of Karelia (Alexander) Judilynn… don’t see any interest in the outcome of the case. His opinion is expressed in writing, attached to the materials of the case,” said justice Elena Lazareva.

Galina Shirshina and her lawyer said on 19 January, the petition for attraction as the interested person of the Karelian Governor, who agreed to resign. According to the ex-mayor, one presented by the MPs claims the failure to provide orphans with housing. This is popolneniem that transferred from regional to municipal level, but without full financial support, said Shirshina.

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Earlier during the trial were also interrogated several employees of the city hall of Petrozavodsk, two members of town planning Council, who spoke on the unfounded claims. The defendant made two deputies of the city Council who insisted on the justice of the decision about resignation of the mayor.

The case of the resignation of the mayor of Petrozavodsk comprise six volumes. The trial continues.

Deputies of the city Council of Petrozavodsk on December 25 2015 sent Galina Shirshina to resign for dereliction of duties within three and more months. Head of Karelia Alexander Khudilainen has expressed consent to its resignation. On December 29, the deputies of the Petrograd Soviet at the extraordinary session appointed acting head of the city Irina Miroshnik, who was previously the Deputy chief of staff of the city Council. Then in Petrozavodsk were held several rallies in support of Chisinau, and she challenged the decision of deputies in court.

Shirshina the independent candidate was elected for five years by the mayor of Petrozavodsk, September 8, 2013 with the support of the regional branch of the party “Yabloko”. She scored 41.9 per cent votes ahead of the incumbent mayor Nikolay Levin (“United Russia”).