The Crimean authorities have assessed the results of the work of the heads of districts and cities, and according to the assessment, have not ruled out further personnel reshuffles, said chairman of the Russian parliament of the peninsula, Vladimir Konstantinov at a press briefing .
"It has been three and a half years; enough time. And we, as a mature political organization, realize that during this period if the leaders do not show effective work, then there is very little chance that this will happen. In addition, we see an extremely negative, intolerant attitude of voters. Now there are four regions in the process [of changing leadership] and we are still reviewing the results of the work of other regions," Kryminform news agency quotes Konstantinov as saying.
The heads of the administrations of Simferopol and Feodosia, as well as Dzhankoysky, Kirovsky and Krasnogvardeysky districts resigned, following the instructions of the Russian head of the Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov.