Kremlin leaves presidential curator

Due to the pressure of the security forces, the Kremlin fired the curator of all Russian elections, the head of the administration of the Russian President to ensure the affairs of the State Council Alexander Kharichev. He was supposed to be responsible for the re -election of Vladimir Putin by the president in 2024, Russian media write with reference to sources close to the Kremlin.

According to them, the official will leave his post in the near future “due to health reasons”, which “must be corrected after several years of nervous work.” However, it is reported that high -ranking security officials insisted on his resignation after conducting “referendums” in four captured regions of Ukraine.

“The security forces are a little … (surprised – ed.) From how money is spent on campaigns. Complaints have gone, the requirements to figure it out,” one source said, emphasizing that the security forces “struck the scale of the expenses.” In particular, regional campaigns worth 200-500 million rubles

Alexander Kharichev can be replaced by Andrei Polosin, who works in Rosatom. If this happens, he will oversee the presidential election in 2024.