Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed the Governor of the Oryol region Vadim Patomskogo and appointed him to the post of Deputy presidential envoy in the Central Federal district. On Thursday, October 5, reported the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.
“The President has released Patomskogo from office of the Governor, appointing him Deputy Plenipotentiary representative of the President in the Central Federal district”, — he said. Official Kremlin spokesman added that the acting head of the Orel region was the Deputy of the Moscow city Duma, Andrei Klychkov.
30 September, a source in the presidential administration said that a series of early resignations of the heads of Russian regions will be completed by October 10. He said that all will be suspended from 8 to 11 governors.
In July, Putin demanded Patomskogo to study complaints of citizens received in a direct line with the head of state. The President explained that he had instructed his administration to consider all requests of the Russians, not included in the program on June 15. This work they carried out and Orel region. The Russian leader listed a number of problems that drew the attention of local residents: the lack of medicines for beneficiaries, the increase in housing prices, the condition of the roads.
Vadim Potomsky, in turn, promised to work out all the materials collected after the processing of citizens ‘ complaints.