Aksenov dismissed the heads of Feodosia and the Crimea

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Polynicotinate in fotobanka of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov. Archival photoAksenov dismissed the heads of Feodosia and the Crimea© RIA Novosti / Alexander Polynicotinate the image Bank

The mayor of Feodosia Stanislav Krysin and Chairman of the city Council Svetlana Gevchuk, and also three heads of districts of the Republic resigns, the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov.

«At my request write a letter of resignation from his post the head of administration of Feodosia Stanislav Krysin and Chairman of the city Council Svetlana Gevchuk. Recently visited the city during his trip to the region, personally acquainted with the situation. The conclusion is clear: local authorities can not cope with their duties», — wrote Aksenov on his page in Facebook.

So, according to him, the order is not executed, comments are ignored, the pace of implementation of the tasks set extremely low, the fight against illicit trade and the illegal building ineffective.

«Utilities are working bad, the city is littered. Heavy and impenetrable regulations in obtaining the various documents, certificates and permits. The local leadership was unable to establish contact with the public, people are unhappy with the mayor and local officials, the growing social tension. I believe the work of Rat and Gevchuk unsatisfactory. Also I recommend to consider the dismissal of all deputies of these officials», — said Aksenov.

In addition, the head of the Republic stressed that it had held meetings with heads of administrations of the Dzhankoysky area – Alexander Bocharov, the Kirov region – Anatoly, Pokidchenko and Krasnogvardeisky district, Vladimir Ganagol.

«The meeting will be written by the officials of resignation at own will. I want to emphasize that we are not talking about corruption or other violations of the law. In this respect to anyone of the listed officers no complaints,» — said Aksenov.

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