First Deputy Chairman of the Government of Russia

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A First Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, commonly referred to as the First Deputy Prime Minister, is a member of the Russian Government.[1] The First Deputy is to be proposed by the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, commonly known as the Prime Minister, and approved by the nation's President.[2]

The office is the successor to the posts of First Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union and the First Deputy Premier of the Russian SFSR

List of first deputies[edit]

Name
(birth–death)
Tenure Prime Minister
Gennady Burbulis Burbulis.jpg 26 December 1991 – 14 April 1992 Boris Yeltsin
Yegor Gaydar YegorGaidar.jpg 2 March 1992 – 15 December 1992 Boris Yeltsin
Vladimir Shumeyko 2 June 1992 – 20 January 1994 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Yegor Gaydar YegorGaidar.jpg 17 March 1993 – 20 January 1994 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Oleg Lobov 15 April 1993 – 18 September 1993 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Oleg Soskovets 30 April 1993 – 20 June 1994 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Anatoly Chubais Chubais-AB.jpg 5 November 1994 – 16 January 1996 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Vladimir Kadannikov 25 January 1996 – 9 August 1996 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Oleg Lobov 18 June 1996 – 14 August 1996 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Alexey Bolshakov 14 August 1996 – 17 March 1997 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Viktor Ilyushin 14 August 1996 – 17 March 1997 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Vladimir Potanin Vladimir Potanin at the Rose Farm ski resort, Russia - 20110104.jpg 14 August 1996 – 17 March 1997 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Anatoly Chubais Chubais-AB.jpg 17 March 1997 – 23 March 1998 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Boris Nemtsov Boris Nemtsov 2008-11-23 crop.png 17 March 1997 – 18 April 1998 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Sergei Kiriyenko
Sergey Kiriyenko Sergei Kirienko - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2000.jpg 23 March 1998 – 24 April 1998 Himself
Yuri Maslyukov 11 September 1998 – 25 May 1999 Viktor Chernomyrdin
Yevgeny Primakov
Sergei Stepashin
Vadim Gustov 18 September 1998 – 27 April 1999 Yevgeny Primakov
Sergei Stepashin Sergey Stepashin.jpg 27 April 1999 – 19 May 1999 Yevgeny Primakov
Himself
Nikolai Aksyonenko Nikolai Aksyonenko.JPG 21 May 1999 – 10 January 2000 Sergei Stepashin
Vladimir Putin
Mikhail Zadornov[3] 25 May 1999 – 28 May 1999 Sergei Stepashin
Viktor Khristenko Viktor Khristenko.jpg 31 May 1999 – 10 January 2000 Sergei Stepashin
Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin Vladimir Putin-5 edit.jpg 9 August 1999 – 16 August 1999 Himself
Mikhail Kasyanov Mikhail Kasyanov, February 2000.jpg 10 January 2000 – 17 May 2000 Vladimir Putin
Himself
Dmitry Medvedev Medvedev at Davos.jpg 14 November 2005 – 12 May 2008 Mikhail Fradkov
Sergei Ivanov SergeiIvanov.jpg 15 February 2007 – 12 May 2008 Mikhail Fradkov
Viktor Zubkov
Vladimir Putin
Viktor Zubkov Виктор Зубков.jpg 12 May 2008– 21 May 2012 Vladimir Putin
Himself (acting)
Dmitry Medvedev
Igor Shuvalov Igor Shuvalov - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011.jpg 12 May 2008–Incumbent Vladimir Putin
Viktor Zubkov (acting)
Dmitry Medvedev

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Статья №110 от 12 декабря 1993 «Глава 6. Правительство Русской Федерации». (Article #110 of 12 December 1993 Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. ).
  2. ^ Статья №112 от 12 декабря 1993 «Глава 6. Правительство Русской Федерации». (Article #112 of 12 December 1993 Chapter 6. The Government of the Russian Federation. ).
  3. ^ Zadornov refused the position

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