Pavel Malkov became a candidate for the post of governor of the Ryazan region from the party “United Russia”

On June 20, the 35th conference of the regional branch of the All-Russian Party “United Russia” was held in Ryazan. At it, a candidate from the party was elected by secret ballot for the post of governor of the Ryazan region.

The chairman of the Ryazan regional council of the trade union organization claimed the status of a candidate from the party Inna Kalashnikova, Associate Professor of the Department of Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, FPDO Ryazan State Medical University named after A.I. Pavlova Alexander Kopeikin and Acting Governor of the Ryazan Region Pavel Malkov. On this day, all of them spoke to the secretaries of local and primary branches of the party, spoke about their vision of the prospects for the development of the region.

Then the conference participants made their choice. According to the results of the secret ballot out of 159 votes received:

Inna Kalashnikova – 8 votes

Alexander Kopeikin – 7 votes

Pavel Malkov – 144 votes.

Acting Governor of the Ryazan Region Pavel Malkov thanked fellow party members for their support:

“I am sure that together we will come to victory in the elections and will continue to work as a team. We will successfully solve the problems facing the Ryazan region. I really need your help. I ask our deputies, municipal deputies, leaders of public opinion to meet with their voters. Discuss how the party’s program is being carried out in the localities, what has already been done, what has not yet been done, and for what reasons. If necessary, collect additional proposals. We need to revise all the promises we made earlier. The result of this work should be specific plans, specific actions for each territory. It does not matter whether it is the regional center or the most remote settlement. We must show that our work meets the interests of the Ryazan region and the majority of its inhabitants to the maximum extent possible.”

Pavel Malkov also suggested organizing a series of meetings in the districts, in which local deputies would take part, on the one hand, and candidates from the parties participating in the elections, on the other. Candidates will present their programs of action in public speeches, answer the questions of deputies, and they will already determine which of the candidates is worthy of support.”