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MOSCOW, May 8 (Itar-Tass) – Candidate for the Prime Minister’s post, Dmitry Medvedev told the MPs representing A Just Russia party the overhaul of personalities occupying ministerial positions in the new cabinet will total up to 80%, Gennady Gudkov, a member of the party’s parliamentary faction said after the meeting with Medvedev.
“He told us about drastic reshuffles in the cabinet, with four ministers in five due to leave,” he said.
Medvedev made it clear, among other things, that the incumbent Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev may be one of the government members to be replaced.
“I think we’ll have a new Interior Minister,” Gudkov said.