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Valentina Bronevich
Valentina Tadeyevna Bronevich (russian: Валентина Тадеевна Броневич, born 1956) is a Russian regional politician. She was elected Head of Administration of Koryak autonomy in the Far East The Far East is a term to refer to the geographical regions that includes East and Southeast Asia Southeast Asia, also spelled South East Asia and South-East Asia, and also known as Southeastern Asia or SEA, is the geographical United Nati ... in 1996, becoming Russia's first female governor. Early life Valentina Bronevich was born in January 1956 in the village of Sopochny (modern Tigilsky District of Kamchatka Krai) and comes from a mixed family. Her mother was Itelmen and she considers herself belonging to this ethnic group. At the age of 5 she moved to Ust-Khairyuzovo, beginning education in a secondary boarding school in Tigil. Graduated from the Faculty of Law of Irkutsk State University. In 1978–83 she worked as a lawyer for the Kamchatka Regional ...
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Koryak Autonomous Okrug
Koryak may refer to: *Koryaks Koryaks (or Koriak, ) are an indigenous people#North Asia, indigenous people of the Russian Far East, who live immediately north of the Kamchatka Peninsula in Kamchatka Krai and inhabit the coastlands of the Bering Sea. The cultural borders of th ..., a people of northeastern Siberia *Koryak language Koryak () is a Chukotko-Kamchatkan language spoken by about 1,700 people as of 2010 in the easternmost extremity of Siberia Siberia (; rus, Сибирь, r=Sibir', p=sʲɪˈbʲirʲ, a=Ru-Сибирь.ogg) is an extensive geographical region ..., language of the Koryaks *Koryak Okrug Koryak Okrug (russian: Коря́кский о́круг, Korjakskij okrug; Koryak language, Koryak: , ''Čav’čyvaokrug''), or Koryakia (russian: Корякия, Korjakija), is an administrative division of Kamchatka Krai, Russia.
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People's Patriotic Union Of Russia
The People's Patriotic Union of Russia (NPSR; russian: Народно-патриотический союз России, Narodno-patrioticheskiy soyuz Rossii) was a political association in Russia. Created on August 7, 1996, by political parties and public organizations that supported Gennady Zyuganov in the 1996 Russian presidential election, presidential elections. In 2003, there was a conflict between the NPSR and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, CPRF, and after 2004 the NPSR practically lost its political significance. Creation of the NPSR The People's Patriotic Union was created on the basis of the Bloc of People's Patriotic Forces (BNPS). The creation was initiated by several dozen opposition parties and organizations. The founding congress adopted a resolution on the formation of the movement, approved the charter, adopted a statement and an appeal to the citizens of Russia. Gennady Zyuganov was elected chairman, Alexander Rutskoy and Aman-Geldy Tuleev were ...
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Irkutsk State University Alumni
Irkutsk ( ; rus, Иркутск, p=ɪrˈkutsk; Buryat language, Buryat and mn, Эрхүү, ''Erhüü'', ) is the largest city and administrative center of Irkutsk Oblast, Russia. With a population of 617,473 as of the 2010 Census, Irkutsk is the List of cities and towns in Russia by population, 25th largest city in Russia by population, the 5th largest in the Siberian Federal District, and one of the largest types of inhabited localities in Russia, cities in Siberia. Located in the south of the eponymous oblast, the city proper lies on the Angara River, a tributary of the Yenisei River, Yenisei, about 850 kilometres (530 mi) to the south-east of Krasnoyarsk and about 520 kilometres (320 mi) north of Ulaanbaatar. The Trans-Siberian Highway (Federal M53 and M55 Highways) and Trans-Siberian Railway connect Irkutsk to other regions in Russia and Mongolia. Many distinguished Russians were sent into exile in Irkutsk for their part in the Decembrist revolt of 1825, and the ...
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Living People
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1956 Births
Events January * January 1 January 1 or 1 January is the first day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. There are 364 days remaining until the end of the year (365 in leap years). This day is known as New Year's Day since the day marks the beginning of the year. __TO ... ** The Anglo-Egyptian Condominium The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan ( ar, السودان الإنجليزي المصري ') was a Condominium (international law), condominium of the United Kingdom and Egypt in the eastern Sudan (region), Sudan region of northern Africa between 1899 and 19 ... ends in Sudan Sudan ( or ; ar, السودان, as-Sūdān), officially the Republic of the Sudan ( ar, جمهورية السودان, link=no, Jumhūriyyat as-Sūdān), is a country A country is a distinct territorial body or political entity A .... ** A crowd crush and stampede during a New Year's event results in 124 deaths and 77 injuries, at the Yahiko Shrine , also known as Iyahiko-jinja i ...
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Ombudsmen In Russia
An ombudsman (, also , ), ombudsperson, ombud, ombuds, or public advocate is an official who is usually appointed by the government or by parliament but with a significant degree of independence. In some countries, an inspector general, citizen advocate or other official may have duties similar to those of a national ombudsman and may also be appointed by a legislature. Below the national level, an ombudsman may be appointed by a state, local, or municipal government. Unofficial ombudsmen may be appointed by, or even work for, a corporation such as a utility supplier, newspaper, NGO, or professional regulatory body. The typical duties of an ombudsman are to investigate complaints and attempt to resolve them, usually through recommendations (binding or not) or mediation. Ombudsmen sometimes also aim to identify systemic issues leading to poor service or breaches of people's rights. At the national level, most ombudsmen have a wide mandate to deal with the entire public sector, an ...
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Women Heads Of Federal Subjects Of Russia
A woman is an adult female human. Prior to adulthood, a female human is referred to as a girl (a female child or Adolescence, adolescent). The plural ''women'' is sometimes used in certain phrases such as "women's rights" to denote female humans regardless of age. Typically, women have two X chromosomes and are capable of pregnancy and giving childbirth, birth from puberty until menopause. Female anatomy is distinguished from male anatomy by the female reproductive system, which includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, and vulva. The adult female pelvis is wider, the hips broader, and the breasts larger than that of adult males. Women have significantly less facial and other body hair, have a higher body fat composition, and are on average shorter and less muscular than men. Throughout History of the world, human history, traditional gender roles have often defined and limited women's activities and opportunities; many religious doctrines stipulate certain rules ...
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2003 Russian Legislative Election
Legislative election were held in Russia on 7December 2003.Dieter Nohlen & Philip Stöver (2010) ''Elections in Europe: A data handbook'', p1642 At stake were the 450 seats in the State Duma (''Gosudarstvennaya Duma''), the lower house of the Federal Assembly (Russia), Federal Assembly. As expected, the pro-Vladimir Putin United Russia party received the most votes (37.6 percent) and won the most seats. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Communist Party remained the second largest, though much reduced in strength. The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, Liberal Democratic Party improved its position by 19 seats, while the liberal ''Yabloko'' and the liberal-conservative Union of Right Forces lost most of their seats. Official results References External linksElection results – official information
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Penzhinsky District
Penzhinsky District (russian: Пе́нжинский райо́н) is an administrativeLaw #46 and municipalLaw #337-oz district (raion) of Koryak Okrug of Kamchatka Krai, Russia, one of the administrative divisions of Kamchatka Krai, eleven in the krai. It is located in the northwest of the krai. Its administrative center is the types of inhabited localities in Russia, rural locality (a ''village#Russia, selo'') of Kamenskoye, Kamchatka Krai, Kamenskoye. Population: The population of Kamenskoye accounts for 28.0% of the district's total population. Ethnic composition (2010): * Koryaks – 44.5% * Russians – 30.5% * Evens – 13.7% * Chukchi people, Chukchi – 5.8% * Ukrainians – 3.1% * Others – 2.3% Geography The area of the district is . The Ichigem Range, the northwesternmost range of the Koryak Highlands, rises in the district. Rivers Penzhina, Belaya, Oklan, Esgichninvayam and Zhirovaya are the main rivers flowing through the territory of the district. References ...
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RFE/RL
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) is a United States government-funded organization that broadcasts and reports news, information, and analysis to countries in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Caucasus, and the Middle East where it says that "the free flow of information is either banned by government authorities or not fully developed". RFE/RL is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation supervised by the U.S. Agency for Global Media, an independent government agency overseeing all U.S. federal government international broadcasting services. RFE/RL broadcasts in 27 languages to 23 countries. The organization has been headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, since 1995, and has 21 local bureaus with over 500 core staff and 1,300 stringers and freelancers in countries throughout their broadcast region as well as 700 employees at its headquarters and corporate office in Washington, D.C. During the Cold War, RFE was broadcast to Soviet satellite states, including the Baltic ...
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