Ravile Heniatulin

Picture of Ravile Heniatulin

Date of Birth: 12/20/1955

Age: 60

Citizenship: Russia


Ravil Geniatulin born on December 20, 1955 in a working class family. Siberian Root. After school he worked as a car mechanic, he served in the Soviet Army in the Trans-Baikal Military District. He graduated from the historical-philological faculty of Chita State Pedagogical Institute. He worked as first secretary of the Party Committee of the city of Chita, deputy chairman, chairman of the executive committee of Chita. In 1992-1996 he. - The head of administration of the city of Chita. February 1, 1996 by a presidential decree was appointed head of the administration of the Chita region. February 6, 1996 became a member of the Federation Council.

October 27, 1996, gaining 38.88% of votes, was elected head of the Chita region administration. A total of 46% of voters participated in the elections, the director of JSC "Chitaenergostroy" Ya.Shvyryaeva voted 22.71% of voters, for a State Duma deputy from the LDPR V.V.Bogatova - 19.48%.

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Married. He has three children.

My favorite dance - a waltz. Favorite dish - dumplings.

In December 1995, Ravil Geniatulin appealed to the regional arbitration court in the regional Duma to invalidate the law of the Chita region "On Regional Budget for 1995" in terms of regulatory deductions from taxes on the budget of Chita and for damages caused by budget of the city of Chita. Court invalidated the law of the field of the budget for 1995, however, demand compensation for the city refused.

In October 1996, Ravil Geniatulin appealed to businessmen, bankers and business people over the region to provide assistance to particularly needy pensioners, large families, the disabled and other disadvantaged groups of citizens. In his address explicitly states powerlessness of local authorities now pay off a large debt on payment of pensions, allowances and salaries of public sector employees.

At the same time, together with the chairman of the regional Duma V.E.Vishnyakovym sent to the President and the Prime Minister letter in which he reported that three-quarters of the region`s population are below the poverty line, the ratio of real per capita income to the subsistence minimum is less than unity, and fiscal capacity residents of the area is 10 times lower than in Moscow. A major role in the plight of a subsidized region played an unfair calculation of transfer. The per capita amount of transfer, directed to the area several times less funds received by neighboring regions -. The Republic of Buryatia and Sakha (Yakutia), the Amur region, etc. According to the authors of the letter, industry structure of the area with a predominance of the mining industry and agriculture where the crisis is most clearly expressed, does not allow in the short term to bring the region out of the difficult situation on their own. This requires a long and painstaking work and support for the federal leadership. As a first step, it was proposed to recognize irrevocable selected region in 1996 for repayment of the loan arrears of salary and holiday pay to employees of education and other sectors of the public sector in the amount of 231 billion. Rub. In addition, a request was made to resume the routine and timely transfer of transfers from the federal budget.

He considered it necessary to take the decision of the Russian Government on the development of the mining sector of the Chita region, about the future of the uranium industry and Priargunsky Mining and Chemical Association.

In October 1996, sharply criticized the guidance of the Ministry of Railways, "the Working Group on the reorganization of the railways", which proclaimed integration of railways, their transition to bezotdelencheskuyu management structure. According to this document, in 1997, it should be eliminated Trans-Baikal Railway, which control the location of Chita. He called the decision "outrage Moscow officials, harmful and hazardous experiment of the economy and economic life of Transbaikalia". He announced the establishment of a public committee to save the Trans-Baikal Railway, which was headed personally. He stated that the reorganization is certainly detrimental to the local budget and extra-budgetary funds, since taxes and other deductions from railway operations in the event of reforming for the most part will come from the budgets of the Irkutsk Region and Khabarovsk Territory. He expressed the view that the current Trans-Baikal Railway - the main taxpayer, the largest enterprise whose cash flows form the regional and local budgets, as well as pension and other funds. The loss of such a large taxpayer will be irreversible and catastrophic impact on the financial condition of the area. In addition, Ravil Geniatulin sent a letter to the Prime Minister, in which he emphasized that the management of the liquidation of the Trans-Baikal Railway is disorganizing the entire railway control and life support systems, significantly weaken the security of the motion that will lead not only to the Trans-Siberian Railway, but degradation and the entire economy of Transbaikalia