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Yury Gladkov

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Citizenship: Russia

Background

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Leningrad City Council of Deputies (1990-1993). A deputy of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg (1994-2007), in 2003-2007 - Deputy Chairman.

Father - the mechanic of trust "Elektroset`stroi"; mother - a housewife, more than 20 years she worked in the trading company "Gostiny Dvor".

He worked as an electrician at the Leningrad Electromechanical Plant named after AA Kulakov, served in the army. He graduated from the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications named after Bonch-Bruevich (1972) and post-graduate studies. He was engaged in scientific work, since 1984 - the teacher of the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications.

St. Petersburg State University graduated the Faculty of Law (1994).

In 1989 he was one of the leaders of Boris Nikolsky support group elected deputy of the USSR, and organized on the basis of its voters club "Neva".

In 1990-1993 - deputy of the Leningrad City Council; He was elected with the support of "Democratic elections-90" unit. He was a member of the Leningrad People`s Front.

Deputy Chairman of the Standing Committee on the device of the government, local government and Its administrative-territorial unit; member of the Standing Committee on Finance. In 1992 and 1993 he was elected a member of the Small Council.

In 1992 he led (together with Marina Salie) parliamentary working group to investigate the activities of the Committee that the mayor`s office on Foreign Relations, chaired by Vladimir Putin [2] (see. For more details).

September 25, 1993 signed by 118 deputies of the appeal of the Petrograd Soviet to support the actions of Boris Yeltsin.

He was a member of the CPSU (released in 1990). In 1990-1993 - member of the Free Democratic Party of Russia, which was elected co-chair of the St. Petersburg branch of the movement "Democratic Russia".

In 1993 he ran for election to the State Duma of the Russian Federation for the District from the block "Choice of Russia".

He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg:

1994 - in the second round; He was nominated by the "Democratic Unity" bloc.

1998 - in the second round; "Consent" pushed from the block. In November 2000, he was one of the creators of the "Union of Right Forces" faction, co-coordinator (Deputy Coordinator) fraction.

2002 - nominated by the PCA unit + "Apple", a member of the SPS, since January 2004 - a member of the Democratic faction (SPS + "Apple").

In 1994-1998 - Deputy Chairman of the Coordination Group for the legislation. In 1998-2002 - member of the Legislation Committee, member of the Commission for Education, Culture and Science. In 2003-2007 - Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Assembly.

In 1994-2001 - member of the party "Democratic Choice of Russia"; He was a member of the Federal Political Council, deputy chairman of the political council of the St. Petersburg regional organization. Since 2001 - a member of the party "Union of Right Forces."

Since early 2006, his health began to deteriorate; in the 2007 election is not a candidate. He died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [3]. He was buried in the South Cemetery in St. Petersburg.