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27.10.2021 04:56 News >> Russia's Tatarstan Region Persists On Using Title Of President For Its Leader

Russia's Tatarstan Region Persists On Using Title Of President For Its Leader

Bill to abolish title of president rejected by Tatarstan State Council.

Lawmakers in Tatarstan have rejected a resolution introduced by Russia's lower chamber of parliament to abolish the title of president held by the leader of the Russian autonomous republic.
The Tatarstan State Council voted against the resolution Monday.
The decision was greeted with respect by the Kremlin.
"Of course, we respect the opinions of each federal subject of Russia. However, this is one of the considerations to be taken into account as work continues on the bill," said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Last month, deputies in the lower chamber of the Russian parliament prepared a bill at the federal level on use of the title for the heads of federal subjects.
According to the bill, it is envisaged that the head of each federal subject will be called chairman. -



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