Khodorkovsky wants Gerashchenko off Yukos board

Former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky plans to request the company shareholders consider dismissing former chairman of the central bank of Russia, Viktor Gerashchenko, from his post of chairman of the company's board of directors, Khodorkovsky's lawyer Anton Drel told reporters, according to Prime-Tass.

Gerashchenko, a former deputy of Russia's State Duma and former chairman of the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) until recently, was elected to head the board of directors on 24 June, replacing

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