School of Orenburg purchased the journals with the guidance of the mayor, who was arrested the other day for a bribe
Moscow. August 27. INTERFAX.RU — IN the administration of the city edition of the diaries called private initiative.
In the schools of the Orenburg has bought 10 thousand journals with the guidance of mayor Yevgeny Arapov, who was arrested in mid-August on charges of accepting bribes.
In his address Arapov advises students not to be lazy, to learn how to set goals and achieve them.
The head of Department on the information policy of administration of Orenburg to Olga Lopatinsky said the Agency “Interfax” that a few months ago, the mayor addressed the business owner with the offer to provide information about the history of Orenburg and agree on the text of the parting words of the head of pupils to place in the diaries.
“This is a private initiative of the entrepreneur. He sent an information letter to city hall, where he spoke about his intention to publish the diaries. Asked to provide the text about the history of Orenburg and photos of the mayor and agree on the text of his greetings to the children. After which he probably held meetings with parent associations and have released the diaries” — said the Agency interlocutor.
In the diary, in addition to the welcome Arapova and historical references, was also a reminder to the children with emergency phone numbers.During the download an error has occurred.
Lopatinskiy noted that data about the circulation, the administration does not have. “In most schools in the city are now used not paper and electronic diaries”, she said.
In turn, the representative of the publishing company Vladimir Ukhov said the Agency that the circulation of the diaries was 10 200.
“In the beginning, I agreed with the Directors and parents of students of 90 schools of Orenburg on the acquisition of these journals. At the end of April amounted to an appeal to the city hall, they approved (welcome text Arapova — if). The circulation was implemented in may, the diary amounted to 70 rubles”, — said the Agency interlocutor.