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 Gaidar 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 ShuvalovII.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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