First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia

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First Deputy Chairman of Government of the Russian Federation
Первый Заместитель Председателя Правительства Российской Федерации
Anton Siluanov minfin.jpg
Incumbent
Anton Siluanov

since 18 May 2018
StyleMr/Ms Deputy Prime Minister (External/informal); By name and patronymic (Internal/formal)
(currently Anton Germanovich)
NominatorPrime Minister
AppointerPresident
Term lengthNo fixed term
Inaugural holderGennady Kulik
Formation26 December 1991

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 Prime Minister, and approved by the President.[2]

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First Deputy PM Party Term of Office Prime Minister
Gennady Kulik Communist Party 14 July 1990 10 July 1991 Ivan Silayev
Yury Skokov Independent 8 September 1990 10 July 1991
Oleg Lobov Independent 18 April 1991 15 November 1991
Burbulis.jpg Gennady Burbulis Independent 26 December 1991 14 April 1992 Boris Yeltsin
(as President)
Gaidar in 2008 - crop.jpg Yegor Gaidar Independent 2 March 1992 15 December 1992
Yegor Gaidar
(acting)
Vladimir Shumeiko.jpg Vladimir Shumeyko Independent 2 June 1992 20 January 1994
Viktor Chernomyrdin
Gaidar in 2008 - crop.jpg Yegor Gaidar Democratic Choice of Russia 17 March 1993 20 January 1994
Oleg Lobov Independent 15 April 1993 18 September 1993
Oleg Soskovets Independent 30 April 1993 20 June 1994
Chubais-AB.jpg Anatoly Chubais Democratic Choice of Russia 5 November 1994 16 January 1996
Vladimir Kadannikov Independent 25 January 1996 9 August 1996
Oleg Lobov Independent 18 June 1996 14 August 1996
Alexei Bolshakov Independent 14 August 1996 17 March 1997
Viktor Ilyushin Independent 14 August 1996 17 March 1997
Vladimir Potanin at the Rose Farm ski resort, Russia - 20110104.jpg Vladimir Potanin Independent 14 August 1996 17 March 1997
Chubais-AB.jpg Anatoly Chubais Democratic Choice of Russia 17 March 1997 23 March 1998
Boris Nemtsov 2014.jpg Boris Nemtsov Independent 17 March 1997 18 April 1998
Sergey Kiriyenko
Sergei Kirienko - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2000 (cropped).jpg Sergey Kiriyenko Independent 23 March 1998 24 April 1998
Yury Maslyukov (duma.gov.ru).jpg Yuri Maslyukov Communist Party 11 September 1998 12 May 1999 Yevgeny Primakov
Густов Вадим Анатольевич.jpg Vadim Gustov Independent 18 September 1998 27 April 1999
Krievijas Revīzijas palātas priekšsēdētājs (4187361112).jpg Sergey Stepashin Independent 27 April 1999 12 Mayl 1999
Nikolai Aksyonenko.JPG Nikolay Aksyonenko Independent 21 May 1999 10 January 2000 Sergey Stepashin
Vladimir Putin
Mikhail Zadornov minfin.jpg Mikhail Zadornov Independent 25 May 1999 28 May 1999 Sergey Stepashin
Viсtor Khristenko.jpg Viktor Khristenko Independent 31 May 1999 10 January 2000
Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin-5 edit.jpg Vladimir Putin Unity 9 August 1999 16 August 1999
Mikhail Kasyanov par Claude Truong-Ngoc mars 2015.jpg Mikhail Kasyanov Independent 10 January 2000 17 May 2000
Medvedev WEF 2007 cr.jpg Dmitry Medvedev Independent 14 November 2005 7 May 2008 Mikhail Fradkov
Viktor Zubkov
Sergei Ivanov 2.jpg Sergei Ivanov United Russia 15 February 2007 7 May 2008
Viktor Zoebkov.jpg Viktor Zubkov United Russia 12 May 2008 7 May 2012 Vladimir Putin
2012-07-02 Игорь Шувалов.jpeg Igor Shuvalov Independent 12 May 2012 18 May 2018 Dmitry Medvedev
Anton Siluanov minfin.jpg Anton Siluanov United Russia 18 May 2018 Incumbent

References[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. ).

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