At the all-Russian competition “Leaders of Russia” has already received 130 thousand applications
To apply for participation in the competition can any citizen of the Russian Federation in the age to 50 years old with managerial experience.
MOSCOW, October 24. /TASS/. All-Russian competition “Leaders of Russia” registered 130 th application for participation, said Tuesday at the organizing Committee of the event.
“For half the time allotted for the collection of applications for the contest “Leaders of Russia”, has received 130 thousand of applications for participation”, — stated in the message. As noted in the organizing Committee of the contest, the most active representatives of Moscow and Moscow region — they received almost 75% of the applications of CFD (Central Federal district). From other regions of the County are the leaders of the Voronezh and Belgorod region.
“The most uniform distribution with applications in the Volga Federal district. Nizhny Novgorod oblast in the first place — she is 16%, then Samara oblast (14.5 per cent) and the Republic of Tatarstan (13.9 per cent)”, — stated in the message. In the North West district, 53.6% of registrations filed from St. Petersburg, Leningrad region and 13.6%, the third activity of the Kaliningrad oblast (6,3 percent).
In the Siberian Federal district the most actively Novosibirsk oblast — hence, filed 22% of applications, followed by Krasnoyarsk Krai (16,9%) and Irkutsk oblast (13.4 per cent). In the southern Federal district in the first place Krasnodar Krai (39,8%), Rostov oblast (24.8 per cent) and the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol (together with 14.2%).
In the Urals Federal district has the following distribution: first place in the Sverdlovsk region (37,2%), in second place — Chelyabinsk oblast (26.1 per cent), the third — Tyumen oblast. In the far Eastern Federal district, Primorsky Krai in the lead (31,7%) and Khabarovsk Krai (23,8%), the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) gained 12.3 percent. In the North Caucasus since the margin is Stavropol region (45,9%), followed by Dagestan (24.4 per cent) and Kabardino-Balkar Republic (9.7 per cent).