|People's Deputy of Ukraine|
29 August 2019 – 29 August 2019
|Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine –|
Minister of Digital Transformation
|Assumed office |
29 August 2019
|Prime Minister||Oleksiy Honcharuk|
|Preceded by||new post|
Mykhailo Albertovych Fedorov
21 January 1991
Vasylivka, Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
|Education||Zaporizhzhya National University|
digital technology specialist
Advisor to the President of Ukraine
He was on a party list of the Servant of the People political party during the 2019 parliamentary elections, yet himself is not a registered member of the party (non-partisan, according to the Central Election Commission). Fedorov was elected to the Verkhovna Rada in 2019. He surrendered his deputy mandate upon his ministerial appointment on 29 August 2019.
In 2014 Fedorov as a member of 5.10 political party unsuccessfully ran for the Verkhovna Rada in 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election being 166th on the party list (at its tail). The 5.10 political party (leader Hennadiy Balashov) did not pass the 5% passing threshold gaining only .42% during elections and placing 14th place among participating parties.
Fedorov graduated from Zaporizhzhya National University. In 2012 during a local student festival "2012 Student Republic", he was elected a "student mayor of Zaporizhia" at the festival replacing Andriy Bondarenko.
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