Andrey Ayzderdzis

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Andrey Ayzderdzis
Born Andrey Daynisovich Ayzderdzis
29 October 1958
Khimki, Moscow Oblast, Russia
Disappeared Khimki, Moscow Oblast, Russia
Died 26 April 1994 (aged 35)
Nationality Russian

Andrey Daynisovich Ayzderdzis (Russian: Андрей Дайнисович Айздердзис; also Romanized Andrei Aizderdzis) (29 October 1958 — 26 April 1994) was a Russian politician and deputy of the State Duma.

Early life and education[edit]

Ayzderdzis was born in Khimki on 29 October 1958. His mother was Russian and his father Latvian. He graduated from Moscow institute in 1982.

Career[edit]

Ayzderdzis became a deputy of the State Duma in 1993, just one year before his death.

Death[edit]

In the evening of 26 April 1994, Ayzderdzis was killed in Khimki, a suburb of Moscow.[1] After his death, Sergey Mavrodi became a deputy of the State Duma, replacing him.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Higgins, Andrew (28 April 1994). "Moscow Mob declares war on politicians". The Independent. Retrieved 29 December 2012. 

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