Nikolai Levichev

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Nikolai Vladimirovich Levichev
Николай Владимирович Левичев
Nikolay Levichev IF 09-2013.jpg
Leader of A Just Russia Party
Incumbent
Assumed office
April 16, 2011
Preceded by Sergey Mironov
Personal details
Born (1953-05-28) May 28, 1953 (age 61)
Pushkin, Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Political party A Just Russia
Spouse(s) Valentina Levicheva
Alma mater Andrei Zhdanov Leningrad State University
Religion Russian Orthodox[1]
Website www.levichev.info
recorded July 2013

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Nikolai Vladimirovich Levichev (Russian: Николай Владимирович Левичев, born May 28, 1953) is a Russian politician. He is the leader of A Just Russia party and of his party group in the State Duma.

He was elected party leader on April 16, 2011 at the 5th party congress in Moscow.[2]

Biography[edit]

He was born on May 28, 1953 in Pushkin, Leningrad, Soviet Union. His father was a professor of radio engineering in the military school, the author of several textbooks for students. His mother, a mathematician by training, worked as a graphic artist at the publishing house Science. His grandfather was a scholar, graduated from Department of Biology University of St. Petersburg, an honorary citizen of St. Petersburg. He graduated from eighth grade in 410 high school Pushkin, where he studied in the same class with Sergei Mironov, with whom he lived in a doorway. He won in math competitions. 9-10th grade he was in physical and mathematical school № 239 of Leningrad (one of the top three special schools in the city), where he graduated in 1970. In 1976 he graduated from the Physics Department of Leningrad State University named after AA Zhdanov. He studied at the same course with Vladimir Churov (since 2007 - Chairman of the CEC ). Then he graduated from graduate school (without defending a thesis).

After graduating from Leningrad State University, he worked as a researcher of the State Optical Institute, Vavilov, and then as the director of summer camp. He was elected to Komsomol committee, then moved to the professional work of the Young Communist League where he was the instructor of the Leningrad City Committee of the Komsomol, the head of the department of culture of the Leningrad regional committee of Komsomol, the instructor, zavsektorom to work with creative youth culture department of the Central Committee of Komsomol.

In 1991 he worked in the Trade Unions . He graduated from the Academy of Social Sciences (AON) at the CPSU Central Committee, and in 1991 - postgraduate studies at the Academy of Social Sciences. He was in the Communist Party until its ban in August 1991 . He graduated from the Academy of Civil Service. In 1991 he founded Ltd. Company The-C, then from 1991 to 2002 he was the general director of publishing house Publishing House The-C.

In April 1999, together with Alexander Podlesovym and legal persons "Society NOYPA", JSC "STRONEKS" and JSC "Quiver" established company "Investment Company (IC) AyBiEych» (IBH), which became the CEO of A. undergrowth. In the year 2002, together with Sergei Mironov, Alexander Podlesovym one of the founders of the organizing committee of the Russian Party of Life (PCa) and at the founding congress of the Russian Party of Life has been elected co-chair of the National Council of the party.

From 2003 to 2006 - first deputy chairman of Russian Party of Life. In the 2004 election campaign team led by C. Mironov on the presidential election .

In 2006 he was elected to become the secretary of the Presidium of the Central Council of the party Fair Russia: Motherland / Pensioners / Life.

In 2007 he was the general director of the magazine Russian Life. In 2007 he was elected to the State Duma of Federal Assembly of the V convocation in the federal list of candidates nominated by the party of Fair Russia: Motherland / Pensioners / Life .

In October 2009, headed the list of Fair Russia in Moscow City Duma elections . Notwithstanding, to participate in the list of many popular politicians, the party suffered a crushing defeat (5.52%) and was not included in the regional parliament. At the V Congress of the Party Fair Russia April 16 2011 he was elected chairman of the party (after the early termination of Sergei Mironov). According to the charter party, the party chairman is engaged in the party and economic work. Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies, which now is Sergei Mironov, may revoke any decision of any organ of the party, including party chairman. [6] In June 14 2011 resigned as head of the faction "Fair Russia: Motherland / Pensioners / Life," by transferring their Sergei Mikhailovich Mironov.

At December 21 2011 at the first plenary session of the State Duma of the VI he was elected deputy chairman of the Duma faction of the party Just Russia.


This article incorporates information from the Russian Wikipedia.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Interfax News. "Nikolai Levichev elected as Fair Russia leader". Retrieved 10 May 2011.