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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) – Staff changes will be made in the Federal Civic Committee (FCC) and several regional offices of the Civic Platform party at its congress on Monday, a party source told Itar-Tass.
“The congress will approve staff changes in several regional branches and in the FCC,” the source said. However, he did not specify who would be released from their positions and who would be appointed to them.
The congress will be held in Moscow behind closed doors. According to the organizers, the event participants will summarize the results of the election campaign, which ended on September 8. The forum participants will discuss the strategy for 2014 and make changes to the party’s constituent documents.
The party leader, Mikhail Prokhorov, will meet with reporters after the event and is expected to talk about the made decisions.