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MOSCOW, September 25 (Itar-Tass) —— President Dmitry Medvedev expelled billionaire and former leader of the Right Cause Party Mikhail Prokhorov from his commission for modernization and technical development of the Russian economy together with two other members.
The Kremlin press service said on Sunday the president reshuffled the commission and excluded Prokhorov, former Communications Minister Leonid Reiman, and Nikolai Fedorov, a former regional governor and now the head of the Institute of Social, Economic, and Political Research.
Medvedev included into the commission CEO of the Federal Grid Company of the Unified Energy System (FSK EES) Oleg Budargin, business tycoon and Skolkovo Fund President Viktor Vekselberg, chairwoman of anti-virus software maker Kaspersky Lab Natalya Kasperskaya, and Yuri Urlichich, the head of the Russian Space Systems.