The Kremlin does not consider it possible to intervene in the situation with the elections in the Republic of Khakassia

© RIA Novosti / Justin Griffiths-Williamsport in fotomancer to vote in the elections. Archival photoThe Kremlin does not consider it possible to intervene in the situation with the elections in the Republic of Khakassia© RIA Novosti / Justin Griffiths-Williamsport the image Bank

In the Kremlin do not consider it possible to intervene in the situation with the elections of the head of Khakassia, refrain from evaluating the work of the Republic electoral Commission, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

On Thursday, the electoral Commission of the Republic of Khakassia has decided to appeal to the Supreme court of the Republic for cancellation of the registration of the candidate from the Communist party Valentin Konovalov on elections of the head of the Republic. The electoral Commission of the Republic of Khakassia has decided to appeal to the Supreme court by the Prosecutor of the Republic.

«No comment, this is the pre-election situation, we need more in the electoral Commission to ask for comments, not ours. We can’t interfere in it, not believe it is possible,» said Sands, answering the request of journalists to comment on the situation with the elections in Khakassia.

Press Secretary of the head of state also did not assess the work of the electoral Commission of the region, which originally registered the candidate from the Communist party, only after the first round supported the Prosecutor’s office and sent a petition to the court to cancel the registration of the candidate.

«To give estimates, you need to have some official details on this. Here, of course, would be correct at least to the position of the superior Commission is the CEC,» — he said, adding that he also refrains from comment.

In the first round of elections on 9 September was attended by the acting head of Khakassia Victor Zimin (received 32.42%), Valentin Konovalov from the Communist party (44,81%), Andrey Fishin from the CP (at 11.23%) and Alexander Mahar from the Party of growth (6.61 percent). Later Zimin withdrew from the elections, and then became known as Filyagin, which was to participate in the second round along with Konovalov, withdrew his candidacy.

A second round of voting is scheduled for October 21st, they should participate Konovalov and Mahar.

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