The analyst commented on the appointment Beglov envoy in the northwestern Federal district

© RIA Novosti / Anna Brudevalsen fluently. Archival photoThe analyst commented on the appointment Beglov envoy in the northwestern Federal district© RIA Novosti / Anna Kudaeva

The appointment of Alexander Beglov, who held the post of Plenipotentiary of the President in the Central Federal district, presidential envoy in the northwestern Federal district will not lead to changes in development policy of St. Petersburg, said the head of the Agency for social information, the analyst Roman Mogilevsky.

The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has appointed Alexander Beglov, who held the post of Plenipotentiary of the President in the Central Federal district, to a similar position in North-West Russia. Previously worked in the office of the presidential envoy in the northwestern Federal district, Nikolai Tsukanov was appointed assistant to the President of the Russian Federation on issues of local self-government.

«There are different types of politicians, who have an important Governor’s function in the cities. One can note two key types: those who believe in the necessity of innovative development of the city, the openness of the city to the contacts, and those who believe that it is important to control the functions of individual services, to make the city in terms of the support order and control over the activities of the administration… fluently – people belonging to the last named category, which embodies the current Governor,» — said Mogilev.

Beglov 61 years, he worked as an envoy in the Central Federal district since 2012, previously served as Deputy head of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation. From 2002 to 2003 was Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg, for three months acting Governor of St. Petersburg.

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