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Svetlana Goryacheva

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Date of Birth: 06/03/1946

Age: 70

Citizenship: Russia

Background

Svetlana Petrovna Goryachev (nee - Bezdetko) born June 3, 1947 was born in the village of rice Anuchinsky district of Primorsky Krai military family.

After school Goryachev was going to go to university, but once she did not succeed. According to his own memoirs, she was admitted to the University for the third time, after it had seniority. In 1965-1966 years of the Goryachev he worked in the city of Arsenyev accountant, laborer Daubihinskogo mechanized forestry. In 1967 she got a job as a cashier, and then - the designer cinema "Cosmos", and then became a fitter-assemblers to Arsenevsky mashinostroitelnomy plant "Progress".

In 1974 Goryachev graduated from Far Eastern State University, the specialty "lawyer". After graduation, she began working as a consultant Department of Justice Primorsky regional executive committee. In 1976 Goryachev was appointed prosecutor general supervision department of Primorsky Territory Prosecutor`s Office, and in 1986 - the public prosecutor of the Maritime environmental inter-district prosecutor`s office.

In 1987 Goryachev joined the Communist Party.

In 1990 Goryachev was elected deputy of the RSFSR, entered the parliamentary faction of "Russia". On the first Congress of People`s Deputies of the RSFSR, she was elected deputy chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic.

In 1991, Goryachev has become one of the authors of "political statements" of six members of the presidium of the Russian parliament, the eve of the III Congress opposed the former chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR Boris Yeltsin, elected shortly before the Russian president, and his "arbitrary decisions, sometimes bypassing parliament." That statement Goryachev called it their duty to the people and said, "This act may not now, but after, but still gave me credit for." According Goriacheva, the Presidium of the most important decisions were taken without the participation of the authors of "political statements". In October 1991, she resigned from the post of deputy chairman of the Supreme Council and rejected the proposed post of Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Ecology.

Goryachev came in Primorye and continued to work in the prosecutor`s office. In 1991-1995, she served as deputy prosecutor of Vladivostok.

In 1992 Goryachev joined the political council of the National Redemption Front (NRF). At a meeting in February 1993 II extraordinary congress of Communists in Russia, where the CP RSFSR was restored under the name of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) Goryachev was elected member of the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party.

In October 1993, Goryachev was in the White House, where was baptized and became Orthodox. Later, in 2001, she in an interview said that the biggest mistake of the Communists believes "weaning people away from Orthodoxy", because "this was the root of many of the ills of Russia."

In the same 1993 Goryachev he took part in the elections to the State Duma of the Russian Federation as one of the leaders of the opposition electoral association "The Russian National Union". As a result of this union is not even got into the final list approved by the Central Election Commission of Russia, and participated in the parliamentary elections.

At the III Congress of the Communist Party in 1995 Goryachev was re-elected to the presidium of the central committee of the party. In the same year she entered the top three federal list of the Communist Party in the parliamentary elections but became a deputy of the State Duma of the second convocation, won the elections in single-mandate constituency Ussuri number 51. In Parliament Goryachev took the post of deputy chairman of the Russian Federation Gennady Seleznyov Gosudumy.

In December 1999, in the same single-mandate constituency Ussuri Goryachev was re-elected to the State Duma. In the Duma of the third convocation, she was elected the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Women, Family and Youth.

In 2002 Goryachev was excluded from the Communist Party. After the Unity and Fatherland-All Russia faction, group "Regions of Russia" and "People`s Deputy" was removed from office a number of communist leaders of the committees, the plenum of the Communist Party recommended Party members not to hold senior positions in the Duma. However, Goryachev, as well as the Speaker Seleznev and head of the committee on culture and tourism Nikolai Hubenko not obeyed the order, for which he was expelled from the Communist Party. Goryachev himself, commenting on the incident, said: "This is the beginning of the end of the game." Later, she noted, that would not be able to hold a secret ballot at the exclusion of its decision. The authority Goryacheva in Primorye was so high that immediately after the exclusion she received an offer from the local organization of the Communist Party re-join the party. However Goryachev disagreed, noting that it is not clear why the party, for which "the voice of the voters does not mean anything."

Media noted that, despite the scandal, Goryachev has remained one of the most popular politicians of Primorye, which "will be elected in his district many times as you wish." Indeed, in 2003 Goryachev again won the elections to the State Duma in its single-seat district but as a self-promoted. In parliament she would not join any faction, and worked as part of the Committee on Rules and Organization of the State Duma.

Already in September 2006, more than a year before the elections to the State Duma of the fifth convocation, discussed at kakomupartiynomu Goryachev list will run. At this time, single-member districts were eliminated and to be elected could only be based on party lists. According to some reports, Goryacheva offered to go to the Duma on the list of the Communist Party, but it rejected the proposal of the Communists. There were versions that Goryachev considering proposals Liberal Democratic Party and the "United Russia", as some analysts have suggested that it will choose a list of "Fair Russia". In December 2006, the leader of the faction "Motherland - the People`s Will - Socialist Unity Party of Russia," Sergei Baburin reported that Goryachev intends to join their faction. In January 2007, one publication called it the member of the faction Baburin others continued to refer to an independent MP (since it was listed on the official website of the State Duma of the Russian Federation).

In July 2007, "Vedomosti" wrote that Goryachev head the regional list of the party "Fair Russia" in Primorye. However, the forecasts were not justified. September 23, 2007, when the Congress of "Fair Russia" approved the lists of candidates for the State Duma elections, it became known that the Goryachev with Sergei Shargunov and deputy speaker of the Federation Council Sergey Mironov joined the first election three federal party list.

December 2, 2007 parliamentary elections, in which the "Fair Russia" has received 7.74 per cent of voters in Russia. Thus, the party managed to overcome the electoral threshold, and Goryachev has once again become a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation. In Parliament, she took the post of one of the deputy head of the faction "spravedlivorossov" Nicholas Levicheva.

His hobbies Goryachev called gardening.

Goryachev married. Her son Yaroslav - also a lawyer, a graduate of the Law Faculty of Moscow State University. It was reported that in 2001, he studied at the Academy of Finance.