For the first time in the history of the Russian human rights commissioner institution, a candidacy for the post of a regional commissioner has been agreed upon online.
On 23 May, during a video linkup High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova agreed upon the candidacy of Valentina Bronevich for the post of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Kamchatka Territory. During the videoconference, Tatiana Moskalkova and Valentina Bronevich discussed priority tasks in the field of human rights and liberties protection in Kamchatka Territory faced by the new Commissioner. Tatiana Moskalkova expressed her confidence that deputies of the Legislative Assembly of Kamchatka Territory would support Valentina Bronevich candidacy and wished her successes in her work.
Valentina Bronevich invited Tatiana Moskalkova to visit Kamchatka Territory with a working visit. The invitation was accepted with gratitude.
For reference: Valentina Bronevich is an experienced lawyer and has a wide experience in the field of human rights protection. Since 2011, she has served as the Deputy Chairman of the Government of Kamchatka Territory. In 1996–2001, she served as the Governor of Koryak Autonomous Area and the member of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. She had also served as the Deputy Chairman of the Koryak Autonomous Area Court, the Chairman of the Election Commission of Kamchatka Region, and the member of the Kamchatka Regional Bar Association.