Beglov urged to protect St. Petersburg from the “different time” in the elections
Moscow. 12 Feb. INTERFAX.RU — Acting Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov urged not to allow outsiders on the municipal elections in the Northern capital.
“What I am talking about the election. Now going to different crow: “Here we come, we’ll teach you”. What are you going to teach us? We ourselves with a mustache. Do not teach us. It is strange that someone will come to teach us to develop the city,” said Beglov on Tuesday at the ceremony of awarding the employees of the concern “Almaz-Antey”.
He noted that passed and Leningrad, and the Moscow school of management, Leningrad, however, “has always been valued more.” “And in this regard to let strangers in the municipal elections of weird. Newcomers can put the factory Director, and municipalities should have their. The city requires protection. It must be protected from all this, from this crow. From our citizenship depends, we protect it, or we won’t care,” added fluently.
Visited the city last week, opposition leader Alexei Navalny urged supporters to register as candidates in the municipal deputies of St. Petersburg. He held on Vasilievsky island, meeting with activists, where they promised the support and promotion of opposition candidates in municipal deputies.