Oleg Bogomolov

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Oleg Alexeyevich Bogomolov
Олег Алексеевич Богомолов
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Governor of Kurgan Oblast
In office
1997–2014
Personal details
Born (1950-10-04) October 4, 1950 (age 66)
Petukhovo, Kurgan Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
Political party Communist Party of the Soviet Union, United Russia

Oleg Alexeyevich Bogomolov (Russian: Оле́г Алексе́евич Богомо́лов) was the governor of Kurgan Oblast, Russia. He was born in Petukhovo in Kurgan Oblast on October 4, 1950. He became a member of the Kurgan Oblast Duma in 1994.[1] He has been governor of Kurgan Oblast since 1996, being re-elected in 2000[2] and 2004. At December 25, 2009, his candidacy was approved by the regional Duma for vesting the powers of the higher official of the subject of the Russian Federation for the next term, on the proposal of the President of the Russian Federation.

In 1977 — 1991 member of Communist Party of the Soviet Union. In 1995 — 1996 he is a supporter of the party Narodovlastie (ru). In 2000 — 2003 he is a member of President Putin's party "Union of Unity and Fatherland". From 2004 he is a member of President Putin's United Russia Party.

14 February 2014 Putin accepted his request for resignation.[3]

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