Michael Ticipate: Yovs.ros.sudrf.ru
The only bidder who submitted documents for participation in competition on a post of the head of the Moscow city court, was 56-year-old Chairman of the southern military district court Mikhail Ptitsyn. On Friday, July 31, reports “Kommersant”.
According to the newspaper, the current head of Moscow city court Olga Yegorova, they cannot be replaced in this position for 20 years, he will not nominate his candidacy. It may be associated with the difficult relationship Egorova with Supreme court President Vyacheslav Lebedev, from which she received a negative response. The Chairman of the Moscow city court has achieved a new features, but the Supreme court of its decision has not changed and supported the candidacy Ptitsyn.
Powers Egorova expire on 25 October 2020. She first headed the Moscow city court in 1999, and then three more times received a post of the head of the main judicial organ of the capital. The last time the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has reappointed Yegorov to the post of Chairman of the Moscow city court on 27 October 2014 for another six-year term.
Ptitsyn began work in the judicial system in 1992. Worked as a judge of the 52nd military court of the Moscow military district, and later became Chairman of the garrison military court in Balashikha. Over the last ten years is the head of the southern district military court, which is located in Rostov-on-don.
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