Eduard Voytenko shares his view of the situation in certain Russian regions in the framework of an expert study by Ura.Ru.

According to Eduard Voytenko, the surge of conflicts between clans has been noticeable in the Irkutsk region and the Far East. In Irkutsk, it is due to dissatisfaction with the new “opposition” governor. The actual weight of the Communist Party in parliamentary elections is very much open to question at present. The region has been swept by a war of mud-slinging: political ground is being aggressively explored. In the Far East, political life has been distorted at all levels by federal investigations involving major officials.

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