Viktor Dorkin

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Viktor Ivanovich Dorkin (Russian: Ви́ктор Ива́нович До́ркин) (October 3, 1953 – March 31, 2006).

Dorkin grew up in Novodevichinsky sovkhoz in Shigonsky District of Kuybyshev Oblast, Soviet Union.

He obtained a degree in chemical engineering in 1976 from Kuybyshev Politechnical School.

After graduation, he was assigned to Lyubertsy Science and Research Institute of Chemical Technology. There, he worked hard, advancing from engineer to senior research officer and deputy chief of the 142nd laboratory.

In 1990, he was elected as a Chairman of the Dzerzhinsky town council. In 1991, he became the Head of the local government board of Dzerzhinsky. In 1996, he was elected mayor of Dzerzhinsky. In 1999, he was re-elected as the Head of the local government board of Dzerzhinsky.

Dorkin was married and had two children. He was assassinated in 2006.

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