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On Zelensky seek candidate for the position of boss in Nikolaev area



News from Ukraine: On Zelensky call on social network users to offer candidates for the head of the area Nikolaev.

The secretary of the National Investment Council under the chairmanship of Ukraine, a nominee for the People's Representatives from the People's Servants party, David Arakhamia, has called on Facebook users to propose their candidacy for the head of the Nikolaev Regional State Administration (RSA).

"Nikolaev, who is worthy of being a governor, and what are the candidates?" – wrote on Saturday on his Facebook page and invited his followers to write suggestions in the comments.

Arakhamia noted that the future head of regional state administration Nikolaev would have the following tasks: 1) to reduce corruption; 2) to reduce the impact of criminals on life in the region; 3) three times larger investments in the region; 4) from the coastal zone "make sweets".

As reported on June 14, President of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, suggested that residents of the Lviv region choose the future head of the regional state administration of three candidates: Denis Shmygal, Maxim Kozitsky, Markiyan Malskyy.

Candidates from the Party of Peoples party have begun to sign a memorandum of responsibility

On June 26, the cabinet of ministers supported the nomination of 8 RSA leaders, whose candidacy was proposed by President Zelensky. Thus Mikhail Bno-Ayriyan became the head of Kyiv Regional State Administration, Pavel Kirilenko, Donjecka Regional State Administration, Igor Bondarenko, Donjeck State Administration, Yuriy Gusev, Kherson Regional State Administration, Igor Shevchenko, Cerkasi RSA Regional State Administration – Markiyan Malskyy. According to First Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Sergei Trofimov, these people are strictly selected.

Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Rozenko, on June 27, urges President Zelensky not to sign decrees on appointing candidates for heads of regional state governments, rather than to implement a new open election.


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