Date of Birth: 05/12/1938
Place of birth: e. Mezhischi
He graduated from the Ivanovo Agricultural Institute, an agricultural scientist; Gorky Higher Party School.
Buchenkov was born in 1938 in the village of Mezhischi Murom Vladimir region into a peasant family. His professional life began in 1956 as a laborer farm "Zimenki".
In 1957 he graduated from the Vladimir flying club, then Saransk flight-technical school, then worked as a technician Vladimir flying club.
In 1961 he returned to the farm "Zimenki" was first foreman tractor-field team, then chairman of the working committee.
From 1963 to 1985 he worked in Murom area: the first secretary of the Young Communist League of Kazakhstan, the chief engineer of the state farm "Mir", the chairman of the village council Panfilov, head of the Department of Agriculture, Director of the State breeding plant "Zimenki", the first secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan.
In 1975 he graduated from the Ivanovo Agricultural Institute as an agricultural scientist.
In 1981 he graduated from the Gorky Higher Party School.
In 1985 he was elected first secretary of the CC CPSU Vyaznikovskogo.
In 1987 he was appointed first deputy of the agro-industrial committee.
He became the director of the state breeding plant "Zimenki" With April 1990.
November 12, 1993 ran for the State Duma from Sudogodsky electoral district N 68, Vladimir region.
December 12, 1993 was elected to the Russian Federation. Buchenkov scored 46.51% of the votes of voters (voted for by 156,370 people). It was on the list of the Agrarian Party of Russia.
Member of the faction of the Agrarian Party of Russia. Member of the State Duma Committee on Geopolitics. Member of the "Stability" (from 14.03.95, N65 protocol). Russian Federation Council member producers (OFWs).
Political views, position:
In his election program he advocated the provision of social and social zaschitf garnty all Russians. He called for mandatory government support for the poor. Earth, according to Buchenkova, is a national treasure, hold and dispose of it must be the people. It must pass for free in the property, inherited possession and use of the public who wishes to cultivate. He spoke out against the free sale of land.