The CEC refused to register the candidate on a post of the head of Karelia from the party of “Young Russia” Maria Avisio due to the fact that she has not passed the age limit. This was stated by the Chairman of the Central election Commission of Russia, Ella Pamfilova, reports TASS on Wednesday, July 12.
“Unfortunately, it has not yet reached the [required] age, because she’s younger than the law allows. The Commission was forced to refuse” — said Pamfilova.
The Chairman of the Commission urged the party be careful to find candidates.
In June Pamfilova reported that “one of the most notable parties” held in Moscow Congress, which was put forward in governors of one of the regions of the candidate at the age of 28 years. Details have not been revealed, says the Agency.
Abisheva last fall I stood in deputies of the city Council of Petrozavodsk, at the time she was 26 years old. The candidates during the election campaign sued on the Internet-the edition “Guberna Daily” for posting shots from the photo shoot that local journalists found it Frank. The girl demanded compensation of one million rubles, but the court turned her down, wrote the publication.
By law to qualify for the Governor’s chair may be a person who is 30 years of age.
The party of “Young Russia” was registered in June 2012. The goal of the political movement — to create conditions for professional and personal development of young people and engage them in “in the process of building a just, democratic citizenship society”. In addition, the party, under its Charter, seeks to create a positive opinion about the Russian youth.