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DONETSK, October 13. /TASS/. The Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic Alexander Zakharchenko, who is one of candidates for the post of the republic's head, leaves for a trip to Donbass cities to meet with voters, the republic’s press service said on Monday.
Zakharchenko, together with DPR government members, plans to visit the city of Ilovaisk to inspect reconstruction sites, check the readiness of the local boiler room and visit a school, a kindergarten, a hospital and other important city faculties to see how they work.
Zakharchenko will visit industrial centers and meet with workers to personally hear from them about their problems and know their opinions.
The republic’s prime minister was officially registered on Monday as the first candidate for the post of the republic's head and received his card as a candidate from the hands of the Central Election Commission’s head Roman Lyagin.
The Donetsk People’s Republic on November 2 will hold elections of head of the republic and deputies to the People’s Council.