Kolomytseva gets FB acc, congratulates Kuznetsova with United Russia primaries victory
Penza, 24 May 2016. PenzaNews. Lyudmila Kolomytseva, Penza civil activist, All-Russian People’s Front expert, follower of “A Just Russia” party’s course, who earlier stated that she had a conflict with the APF regional headquarters and decided to take part in the State Duma election, congratulated the head of the regional APF committe chairman Anna Kuznetova with the victory in the United Russia party primaries.
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“My congratulations to Anna Kuznetsova with her victory in the United Russia primaries, and to the party itself for gaining a worthy representative of the Penza region for the election,” Lyudmila Kolomytseva wrote in Facebook on Tuesday, May 24. Her newly-registered Facebook account currently contains only the aforementioned post, and two photos – her profile image and a photo with her husband Anatoly Kolomytsev by a flowering tree growing beside an apartment building.
In the same post, Lyudmila Kolomytseva wished Anna Kuznetsova to “be tolerant to opponents and be honest in the competition.”
According to the civil activist, “this would be relevant for the person who stands for traditional family values.”
“In return to her commentary about my relations with the All-Russian People’s Front and my mentions of Alexander Brechalov, I would like to say the following: I never mentioned his name anywhere for my personal gains, and only in relation with the APF activities. Just like her, I plan to taker part in the State Duma election. I received the proposal from ‘A Just Russia’ party. At the same time, I were, am and remain an APF activist,” Lyudmila Kolomytseva wrote.
The explanations mentioned in her post are related to the Facebook communications between Anna Kuznetsova and Pavel Arzamastsev, first secretary for the Penza branch of the officially unregistered “United Communist Party” on May 18; in particular, the latter asked the head of the regional APF committee about her collusion with Lyudmila Kolomytseva in the electoral district.
“Only Kuznetsova goes from the APF in our region. The People’s Front will not be supporting Kolomytseva,” Anna Kuznetsova replied.
“Does Lyudmila Victorovna [Kolomytseva] know about that? She keeps mentioning the name Brechalov,” Pavel Arzamastsev retorted.
“That only means she knows the name Brechalov, nothing more. Well, unless she really wants it to be the truth. Brechalov and the Front made it clear whom the APF will support at the prims [primaries],” the APF regional committee head replied.
Shortly before, Sergei Neverov, secretary of the United Russia general council, announced that the list of top-voted primaries candidates includes “leaders from new people who previously have never been to politics.” Among them, he highlighted Anna Kuznetsova, mother of six children, head of the family, motherhood and childhood charity foundation “Pokrov.”
At the moment, the candidacy of the APF regional committee chairman holds the lead in the Penza region primaries roster.
The final results of the vote will be announced on Friday, May 27.