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Ruslan Aushev will hold the president's post until Yevkurov is in the hospital.
24.06.2009 15:15
Ruslan Aushev will hold the president's post until Yevkurov is in the hospital.

Ex-president of Ingushetia Ruslan Aushev stated that he is ready to hold the post of the Ingush president. He also mentioned that the political, economical and social situation in the region is rather serious. He said that he is not going to separate the political, economical and social problems, his goal is to solve them jointly.
      Ruslan Aushev was the Ingush president in 1993-2000. Then Murat Zyazikov held the presidents post, his was displaced by Medvedev in 2008 and Yunus Yevkurov got the post then.
      Yunus Yevkurov is still in grave condition in one of the Moscow hospitals.


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