The State Duma proposed to appoint Delimkhanov as deputy chairman for security

Adam Delimkhanov was proposed to be appointed first deputy chairman of the Duma Committee on Security. He takes part in a special operation in Ukraine. In February, the deputy declared a “blood feud” against the family members of the ex-judge Saidi Yangulbaev .jpg” alt=”The State Duma proposed appointing Delimkhanov as deputy chairman for security” />

Adam Delimkhanov

Deputy of the State Duma from Chechnya Adam Delimkhanov was proposed to be appointed first deputy chairman of the security committee, according to the text of the draft resolution published on the website the lower house of parliament.

The document will be considered at a meeting of the State Duma on June 7, it has already passed legal examination and reviewed by the commission.

“Elect Deputy of the State Duma Delimkhanov Adam Sultanovich as First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption”, — said in the draft resolution.

The Security Committee is headed by Vasily Piskarev, his first deputies are now Rakhim Azimov, Yuri Afonin, Andrey Lugovoy and Mikhail Starshinov. Delimkhanov is 52 years old, he has been among the parliamentarians since 2007, a member of the United Russia faction.

At the end of April, Delimkhanov was awarded the title of Hero of Russia by presidential decree with the wording “for courage and heroism” shown during a special operation in Ukraine.

The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that Delimkhanov “did not sit on the sidelines”; and went to the zone of special operation. Kadyrov said that Delimkhanov commanded Chechen units in the Mariupol region and led the “assault operation” to establish control over the Azovstal plant. The head of Chechnya also published footage of Delimkhanov's communication with a group of “volunteers from Chechnya”.

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In early February, Delimkhanov made a harsh statement against the former judge of the Supreme Court of Chechnya, Saidi Yangulbaev, with threats to members of his family. The Chechen authorities claim that the Yangulbaev family was involved in organizing an attack on a former security official from Chechnya that took place in Turkey. Kadyrov noted that if they resisted, they should be “destroyed”; as accomplices of terrorists. At the end of January, armed men in civilian clothes broke into Saidi Yangulbaev's apartment and took his wife Zarema Musaeva to Grozny. Kadyrov later confirmed that she was taken away by Chechen security forces, and that the Yangulbaev family “is waiting for a place either in prison or underground.”

Deputy Delimkhanov commented on the claims against the Yangulbaev family as follows: “Not knowing peace day or night, our bodies, souls, property, offspring” After you. Ripping off your heads, working on you, killing you. We have a real enmity, a blood feud. I say this also for those who will translate into Russian. We have enmity in all directions. We have enmity, war, blood feud. And our offspring too. (literal BBC translation). The Kremlin refused to evaluate the words of the deputy.

Another State Duma deputy from Chechnya, Shamsail Saraliyev, called for treating Delimkhanov's words as a metaphor. “For example, when we are very angry and say in Russian to some scoundrel: “I’ll tear your head off for this,” — then such an expression does not mean at all that we really intend to tear off the scoundrel's head, — he commented to RBC. He insisted that this phrase is close to the Russian phrase “and heads will roll”, and therefore cannot be considered a direct threat.

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