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Boris Gidaspov

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Date of Birth: 04/16/1933

Age: 74

Place of birth: Kuibyshev

Citizenship: Russia

Background

Bori & # 769; to Veniami & # 769; & # novich Guide 769; cusp lines (16 April 1933 Kuibyshev - August 15, 2007, Moscow) - Soviet chemist, production manager and politician.

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (USSR Academy of Sciences in 1981), Doctor of Chemistry (1966), Professor (1967).

In 1989-1991 - Deputy of the USSR, the 1st Secretary of the Leningrad Regional Committee of the CPSU.

Father - Benjamin A. - invalid (lost an arm at the front), worked in the State Bank. Mother - Maria Alexandrovna - arrived in Kuibyshev of the Vyatka province, worked in the prosecutor`s office; her brother - Peter Smirnov - a senior military figure, was arrested in 1938.

He graduated from the Kuibyshev Industrial Institute "explosives, ammunition" (1955), postgraduate Leningrad Technological Institute. Leningrad City Council (1962).

Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (USSR Academy of Sciences in 1981), Doctor of Chemistry (1966), Professor (1967). Author of over 450 scientific publications and 370 inventions. Key research areas - technical chemistry of high-energy compounds, nitro compounds chemistry. In 1981-19 .. - chief editor of the "Journal of General Chemistry."

In 1955-1959 - Assistant of the Kuibyshev Industrial Institute.

In 1959-1977 - at the Leningrad Institute of Technology: Research Scientist, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, since 1965 - the dean, from 1967 - professor, since 1968 - head of the department of chemistry and technology of organic nitrogen compounds [2]; 1971 - Chief Designer SKTB "Technologist" at TRL.

Since 1977 (with a break) led GIPH - "Tehnohim" (name and organizational form changed):

in 1977-1985 - Director of the State Institute of Applied Chemistry;

in 1985-1989 - Director General of the NGO "GIPH";

in 1988-1989 - chairman of the Interbranch State Association "Tehnohim";

in 1992-1994 - a scientific consultant and expert Interbranch public association "Tehnohim";

in 1994-1996 - Director General of JSC "Tehnohim";

Director General of Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Russian Scientific Center" Applied Chemistry "."

In 1986, during the liquidation of the consequences of the Chernobyl tragedy visited the place as a specialist, advised members of the union of the governmental commission on liquidation of consequences of the Chernobyl accident.

Since the late 1990s, he worked in Moscow: President FPG "Interkhimprom".

In 1989-1991 - Deputy of the USSR, Chairman of the Credentials Committee. He was elected unopposed (scored about 55% of the votes). It turned out to be the only one running for 6 members of the bureau of the Leningrad Regional Committee of the CPSU, who managed to win in this election.

In 1989-1991 - 1 st Secretary of the Leningrad Regional Party Committee (elected July 12, 1989; August 24, 1991 regional committee was abolished); at the same time:

in 1989-1990 - 1 st Secretary of the Leningrad Party Committee (elected November 21, 1989; May 5, 1990 the city committee was abolished);

in 1990-1991 - Secretary of the CPSU.

Many reformers in the Communist Party hoped that the arrival of Gidaspova not hold positions in the apparatus of the CPSU, will contribute to the restructuring of the Leningrad Party organization. However Gidaspov was close to the conservative part of the party leadership. Since 22 November 1989 he initiated a meeting with anti-perestroika slogans was organized, a report of which was shown on Central TV [3].

The reasons for this, one of the closest associates of Mikhail Gorbachev Secretary of the CPSU, Vadim Medvedev, writes [4]:

Gidaspov eventually came under the influence of these sentiments, took a tough stance partiynogofundamentalizma, which brought one defeat after another.

Anatoly Sobchak speaks tougher [5]:

Director of the Institute, the defense industry, spoiled in the bowels of the military-industrial complex and the funds allocated time limits, and most importantly - almost absolute power over subordinates, he is "on the citizen" brought the habits of his former post.

After the election of the Leningrad City Council in the spring of 1990 the power of the CPSU apparatus decreased, but has not lost in Leningrad. So, Gidaspov continued to be perceived as a foreign head of city officials. [6]

During the August 1991 coup in the local Emergency Committee Gidaspov was inducted as a member of the Military Council of the Leningrad Military District, no active action is taken. The criminal case, excited against him on August 26, was terminated on December 26 [7].

After August 1991, from political activity Gidaspov departed.

Other biographical facts

April 4, 2004 Gidaspov witnessed a traffic accident, which resulted in the Fontanka River down car with three people. 70-year-old Gidaspov threw himself off a bridge into the water and saved the drowning.