Yury Biryukov

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Yury Stanislavovich Biryukov (in Russian: Юрий Станиславович Бирюков, b. March 7, 1948, in Lviv, Ukraine, Soviet Union)[citation needed] is a Russian lawyer and politician.

From June 7, 2000[1] to July 7, 2006, he was a First Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia.[2] Since 2006 he has been a representative of the executive power branch of Nenets Autonomous Okrug in the Federation Council of Russia.[3]

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  1. ^ Saradzhyan, Simon (8 June 2000). "Oligarch foe fired". Moscow Times. 
  2. ^ Yablokova, Oksana (2006-06-30). "Chaika embarks on major reshuffle". Moscow Times. 
  3. ^ Abdulaev, Nabi (4 July 2008). "Mystery Shrouds Death Of Journalist Shchekochikhin". St Petersburg Times.