In Yaroslavl, a scandal erupted around the local Department of education, which was sent out to schools and kindergartens disposal with the requirement to place at information stands, portraits of the leaders of the region. In this case the Governor is extremely reacted negatively to this idea, and the Director of the Department of education received a reprimand, according to “Arnosti”.

On a plan of officials, on information stands next to portraits of the Russian President and Prime Minister should hang a photo of the acting Governor of the Yaroslavl region Dmitry Mironov, acting mayor Vladimir Sleptsova and Director of Department of education Andrey Kalsin.

The news that the colored portraits of the first persons of Yaroslavl region must be placed on Bulletin boards in all kindergartens and schools of the regional centre, came on Tuesday and became a subject for heated debate, according to local journalists.

Later, the press Secretary of the acting mayor of the city of Yaroslavl Svetlana Izrailova said that this idea was really discussed at an internal meeting in the Department as an element of the educational process, but was not supported as mandatory.

“Sending letters is an exceptional initiative of the staff of the Department. The lack of coordination between subordinates replied the head. Andrey Kalsin was reprimanded,” explained Izrailev.

The mayor, in turn, described the situation as “excessive zeal” with his Deputy on social policy to hold discussions with the employees and sent to clean the portraits, where they have posted.

As it became known to journalists of”Kommersant”, the order of the Department of education of Yaroslavl has caused dissatisfaction with the acting Governor of the region Dmitry Mironov. This was reported by two sources in the government of Yaroslavl region. “The chief is unhappy with this foolishness”, – told reporters one of them.

Yaroslavl, the official who instructed to place in schools and kindergartens portraits of the head of the region, was reprimanded 12.10.2016

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