Kashevarova resigned as deputy head of the central apparatus of the Liberal Democratic Party



Former adviser to the speaker of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin Anastasia Kashevarova left the post of deputy head of the central apparatus of the Liberal Democratic Party. About this she informed in your Telegram channel.

“I confirm that I have resigned from the post of deputy head of the Liberal Democratic Party Central Asia. Peacefully, kindly. My decision is due to the fact that I want Victory for my country and my people and invest all of myself there. My sincere desire is to use everything I have to help people who need it. Political history is not about me now. I don’t want to scatter goodness on the political struggle,” she wrote.

Earlier about her departure reported "RIA Novosti" with reference to a source in the party. The same information was confirmed to Vedomosti. According to the interlocutor of the agency, Kashevarova left her post due to the workload in public work related to the exchange of prisoners of war and coverage of the events of the special military operation in Ukraine.

Kashevarova became Deputy Head of the Central Office of the Liberal Democratic Party in November last year.

She stepped down as an adviser to Volodin in 2020. She is also a journalist and founder of the Daily Storm. In June 2022, Kashevarova became co-host of Alexander Smol in a new socio-political program on Channel One, EW.



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