Armed forces of the Republic of Khakassia dismissed the claim of Konovalov on the outcome of elections

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Krauledat in photopackager from Communist party for the presidency of the Republic of Khakassia Valentin Konovalov. Archival photoArmed forces of the Republic of Khakassia dismissed the claim of Konovalov on the outcome of elections© RIA Novosti / Alexander Krajevima the image Bank

The electoral Commission of the Republic of Khakassia said that the Supreme court of the Republic dismissed the claim of the candidate on a post of the head region from the Communist party Valentin Konovalov on the outcome of elections on 9 September.

«The Supreme court of the Republic of Khakassia refused to the candidate for the position of head of the Republic of Khakassia Valentina Konovalova the claim to the electoral Commission of the Republic of Khakassia. Administrative claim concerned the results of the elections of the head of Khakassia Republic, held on 9 September 2018. Administrative the plaintiff demanded to cancel the Protocol of election results and a summary table of election Committee of Khakassia Republic on elections of the head of Republic Khakassia – the Chairman of the government of the Republic of Khakassia,» — said the press service of the regional election Commission.

In the first round of elections of the head of the region on 9 September was attended by Valentin Konovalov from the Communist party (44,81%), who held the post of the head of Khakassia Victor Zimin (32,42%), 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. The second round of elections was scheduled for 21 October, but on 15 October, Maher said that will not participate in it, calling to it and Konovalov. Presumably, the second round is scheduled for November 11, with the only candidate from the Communist party.

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