LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky Thursday in his Telegram channel said that he offered the ex-Governor of the Khabarovsk Krai Sergey Furgala temporarily resign for the period of the investigation against him.
"To the last we tried to save him from prison. I offered options as to avoid a hard scenario. Let Sergey temporarily to resign, only for the period of investigation, and the responsibilities of the Governor will temporarily fulfill another person," reads are placed in the channel of the message.
According to the leader of the liberal democratic party, for that Furgal "was to arrive in Moscow for a week before [his arrest], but due to the death of his brother lingered in Khabarovsk."
"In the end, we were able to achieve to at least the region was saved for us, for the opposition liberal democratic party, which nominated Furgala," he added.
In response to allegations that the party allegedly threw Furgala, Zhirinovsky reminded that the liberal democratic party, openly support the residents of the region who took to the street to "defend".
"Now in Khabarovsk Krai will be sent for more money, Prime Minister [Mikhail Mishustin] and the President [Vladimir Putin] personally promise to help the Khabarovsk region", – said Zhirinovsky, attributing it to the merits of the liberal democratic party.
On Wednesday, Zhirinovsky, speaking at a meeting of the state Duma, said Furgal prior to his detention had intended to fly to Moscow with a letter of resignation at own will.
July 9, Furgal was detained in Khabarovsk and transferred to Moscow. During the six hours of questioning, he was charged with. The guilt he did not recognize. Basmanny court arrested him until September 9. As reported by the official representative SK the Russian Federation Svetlana Petrenko, Furgal involved in the killings and the attempted murder of entrepreneurs, committed by an organized criminal group in 2004-2005 in the territory of the Khabarovsk territory and Amur region. To it testified the accused in the killings, in fact, also there are witnesses and victims.