Former member of the `House-2` will compete with Matvienko's elections

Former member of the `House-2` will compete with Matvienko's electionsFormer member of the TV show "Dom-2" Maria Belousova decided to participate in the elections to the municipal Council of the village of Alexandrov (part of St. Petersburg), which is expected to run Valentina Matvienko, reports "Interfax".Belousova filed documents Tuesday, 27 July. Shortly before she began the campaign in the municipality and pasted posters in support of his candidacy. In relation to the early start of the campaign Belousova received warnings from the administration of the settlement and the prosecution.According to "Fontanka.", on their election posters Belousova promises to voters in the event of my election to come and "talk" with them. Maria Belousova spent on the project "Dom-2" 147 days in 2009.Early elections in Alexander appointed on 4 September 2011. On the same day, by-elections will be held in the town of Lomonosov. It is expected that Valentina Matvienko, which is necessary to obtain the status of a Deputy to lead the Federation Council, will stand exactly in one of these settlements. According to the newspaper "Vedomosti", the place of nomination Matvienko will be unknown until the end of the registration procedure at the elections, that is, until August 10, in order to deprive opposition candidates likely to advance in the competition Matvienko strong candidate.It should be noted that applications for participation in the elections in the municipality of Lomonosov already filed a representative of the opposition - the leader of the St. Petersburg branch of the movement "Other Russia" Andrey Dmitriev. Of its intention to participate in elections in Lomonosov and Alexander also said "Fair Russia", whose leader Sergei Mironov previously promised to arrange Matvienko "the crucible of the election".The speaker of the Federation Council vacant since may 2011 after deputies of legislative Assembly of Petersburg have withdrawn Senator Sergey Mironov, head of SF for almost ten years. In late June, President Dmitry Medvedev suggested that the post of speaker of the upper house of the Parliament may take the Governor of St. Petersburg Valentina Matvienko, who subsequently announced his intention to head the Federation Council. Source: Former member of the "House-2" will compete with Matvienko's elections.

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