Rector of Moscow State University won in election with 99% of ayes
MOSCOW, November 19 - The rector of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Viktor Sadovnichy was elected for another term.
As the university?s press secretary, Yevgenia Zaizeva informed, he collected majority of votes. "1.090 people took part in the election: 1,074 voted for Sadovnichy and only 15 electors voted against him. One ballot paper was declared void," said Yevgenia Zaizeva.
As a result, the former and now the present-day rector received the support of 99 % of voters.
The chief of the Russian education agency, Grigory Balykhin confessed that he had no doubts Sadovnichy would win.
"Sadovnichy is the leader of the Rectors? Union of Russia. It is hard to imagine a more decent and worthy person capable to maintain the nation?s leading university of higher education in such a good shape."