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Natalya Timakova
Natalya Aleksandrovna Timakova (Russian: Наталья Александровна Тимакова) (born 12 April 1975[4]) is a Russian journalist. As of 2012 she is press attaché to the Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.Contents1 Personal life and education 2 Journalistic career 3 Government service 4 Awards 5 Bibliography 6 References 7 External linksPersonal life and education[edit] Born at Alma Ata
Alma Ata
in the Kazakh SSR, Timakova graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy at Moscow
Moscow
State University in 1998.[5] Journalistic career[edit] Timakova began working as a journalist in 1995 whilst studying at Moscow
Moscow
State, where she was a political journalist for Moskovsky Komsomolets
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Almaty
Almaty
Almaty
/ˈælməti/ (Kazakh: Алматы, Almaty
Almaty
[ɑlmɑˈtə]; Russian: Алматы), formerly known as Alma-Ata /ˌælmə.əˈtɑː/ (Russian: Алма-Ата) and Verny (Russian: Верный Vernyy), is the largest city in Kazakhstan, with a population of 1,797,431 people, about 8% of the country's total population.[1] It served as capital of the Kazakh state in its various forms from 1929 to 1997, under the influence of the then Soviet Union and its appointees.[3] Alma-Ata
Alma-Ata
was the host city for a 1978 international conference on Primary Health Care
Primary Health Care
where the Alma Ata Declaration was adopted, marking a paradigm shift in global public health
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Andrey Kolesnikov (journalist Born 1966)
Andrey Vladimirovich Kolesnikov (Russian: Андрей Владимирович Колесников) is a Russian journalist, an author of a series of books about Anatoly Chubais. He worked in Izvestia, and since 1988 he had been a deputy editor of The New Times (Russia). He is also a columnist for Vedomosti.[1] Biography[edit] Born to a family of lawyers
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Russian Government
The Government of Russia
Russia
exercises executive power in the Russian Federation. The members of the government are the Prime Minister, the deputy prime ministers, and the federal ministers. It has its legal basis in the Constitution
Constitution
of the Russian Federation
Russian Federation
and the federal constitutional law "On the Government the Russian Federation".[1] According to the 1991 amendment to the 1978 Russian Constitution, the President of Russia
Russia
was the head of the executive branch and headed the Council of Ministers of Russia. According to the current 1993 Constitution
Constitution
of Russia, the President is not a part of the Government of Russia, which exercises executive power. But, the President does appoint the Prime Minister
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Politics Of Russia
The politics of Russia
Russia
(the Russian Federation) takes place in the framework of a federal semi-presidential republic. According to the Constitution of Russia, the President of Russia
Russia
is head of state, and of a multi-party system with executive power exercised by the government, headed by the Prime Minister, who is appointed by the President with the parliament's approval. Legislative power
Legislative power
is vested in the two houses of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, while the President and the government issue numerous legally binding by-laws. Since gaining its independence with the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of 1991, Russia
Russia
has seen serious challenges in its efforts to forge a political system to follow nearly seventy-five years of Soviet rule
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Tatyana Golikova
Tatiana Golikova (Russian: Татья́на Алексе́евна Го́ликова; born 9 February 1966 in Mytishchi) is a Russian economist. She graduated from the Plekhanov Institute of the National Economy with a specialization in labour economics in 1987. She was the Minister for Health and Social Development of Russia
Russia
from 2007 to 2012.[1] In 2013, she was appointed the head of the Account Chamber of Russia.Contents1 Career1.1 Minister2 Personal life 3 Accusations 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] Golikova was an economist in the State Budget Department at the Finance Ministry from 1990 to 1992. She moved on to hold the post of Chief Economist
Economist
in the State Budget Department at the Finance Ministry from 1992 to 1995 and was then Deputy Head of State Budget Department at the Finance Ministry from 1995 to 1998
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Elvira Nabiullina
Elvira Sakhipzadovna Nabiullina (Russian: Эльвира Сахипзадовна Набиуллина; Tatar: Эльвира Сәхипзәде кызы Нәбиуллина; Bashkir: Эльвира Сәхипзада ҡыҙы Нәбиуллина; born 29 October 1963) is a Russian economist and head of the Central Bank of Russia
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South Ossetian President
The President of the Republic of South Ossetia
South Ossetia
is the de facto head of state of the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia
South Ossetia
that is de jure part of Georgia
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Eduard Kokoity
Eduard Dzhabeyevich Kokoity (Ossetian: Кокойты Джабейы фырт Эдуард, Kokojty Džabejy fyrt Eduard; born 31 October 1964) is the former President of South Ossetia.[note 1] His term in office lasted just over ten years, beginning December 2001 and ending December 2011.Contents1 Early life 2 2001 Presidential Election 3 President 4 Controversy 5 Notes 6 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Eduard Kokoity
Eduard Kokoity
(Ossetian: Кокойты Джабейы фырт Эдуард, Kokojty Džabejy fyrt Eduard; Russian: Эдуа́рд Джабе́евич Коко́йты, Eduard Dzhabeyevich Kokoyty; Georgian: ედუარდ ჯაბეს ძე კოკოითი, Eduard Jabes dze K'ok'oiti; surname also rendered as Kokoyty or Kokoiti or in a Russified version as Russian: Коко́ев, Kokoyev) was born in Tskhinvali, in the Georgian SSR, a part of the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
at the time
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Ukaz
A ukase, or ukaz (/juːˈkeɪs/;[1] Russian: указ [ʊˈkas], formally "imposition"), in Imperial Russia, was a proclamation of the tsar, government,[2] or a religious leader (patriarch) that had the force of law. "Edict" and "decree" are adequate translations using the terminology and concepts of Roman law. From the Russian term, the word ukase has entered the English language with the meaning of "any proclamation or decree; an order or regulation of a final or arbitrary nature".[1]Contents1 History 2 Executive Order of the President of Russia 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Prior to the 1917 October Revolution, the term applied in Russia to an edict or ordinance, legislative or administrative, having the force of law. A ukase proceeded either from the emperor or from the senate, which had the power of issuing such ordinances for the purpose of carrying out existing decrees. All such decrees were promulgated by the senate
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Order Of Friendship
The Order of Friendship
Order of Friendship
(Russian: Орден Дружбы, Orden Druzhby) is a state decoration of the Russian Federation
Russian Federation
established by Boris Yeltsin
Boris Yeltsin
by presidential decree 442 of March 2, 1994[1] to reward foreign nationals whose work, deeds and efforts have been aimed at the betterment of relations with the Russian Federation
Russian Federation
and its people
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2008 South Ossetia War
Russian, South Ossetian and Abkhaz military victoryExpulsion of ethnic Georgians
Georgians
from South Ossetia
South Ossetia
and the Kodori Gorge[1][2] Recognition of South Ossetia
South Ossetia
and Abkhazia
Abkhazia
by Russia[3] Russian military bases established in Abkhazia
Abkhazia
and South Ossetia[4]Territorial changes Georgia loses control of parts of Abkhazia
Abkhazia
and former South Ossetian AOBelligerents Russia  South Ossetia[note 1]  Abkhazia[note 2]  GeorgiaCommanders and leaders Dmitry Medvedev Anatoliy Serdyukov Vladimir Boldyrev Marat Kulakhmetov Vladimir Shamanov Vyacheslav Borisov A
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Komsomolskaya Pravda
Komsomolskaya Pravda
Pravda
(Russian: Комсомо́льская пра́вда; lit. " Komsomol
Komsomol
Truth") is a daily Russian tabloid newspaper,[1] founded on 13 March 1925.Contents1 History and profile 2 Editors in chief of Komsomolskaya Pravda 3 Related and similar publications 4 See also 5 Notes 6 External linksHistory and profile[edit]The issue of 23 May 1930USSR postage stamp commemorating 50 years of Komsomolskaya PravdaDuring the Soviet era, Komsomolskaya Pravda
Pravda
was an all-union newspaper of the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
and an official organ of the Central Committee of the Komsomol
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Kazakh SSR
The Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic[2] was one of the transcontinental constituent republics of the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
from 1936-1991 in northern Central Asia. It was created on December 5, 1936 from the Kazakh ASSR, an autonomous republic of the Russian SFSR. At 2,717,300 square kilometres (1,049,200 sq mi) in area, it was the second-largest republic in the USSR, after the Russian SFSR. Its capital was Alma-Ata (today known as Almaty). Today it is the independent nation of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
in Central Asia. During its existence as a Soviet Socialist Republic, it was ruled by the Communist Party of the Kazakh SSR. On October 25, 1990, the Supreme Soviet of the Kazakh SSR declared its sovereignty on its soil
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Lenta.ru
Lenta.ru
Lenta.ru
(Russian: Лента.Ру; stylised as LƐNTA·RU) is a Moscow-based online newspaper in Russian language, owned by Rambler Media Group which belongs to Prof-Media. It is one of the most popular Russian language
Russian language
online resources with over 600 thousand visitors daily.[1][2] A Berkman Center 2010 study found it to be the most cited news source in the Russian blogosphere.[3] In 2013 companies "SUP Media" and "Rambler-Afisha" united in the Combined company "Afisha.Rambler.SUP". On March 12, 2014 the owner, Alexander Mamut, fired the Editor-in-Chief Galina Timchenko
Galina Timchenko
and replaced her with Alexey Goreslavsky. 39 employees out of the total 84, including Director-general
Director-general
Yuliya Minder, lost their jobs
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President Of Russia
1991Passage of presidency law: 24 April 1991[2] Constitutional amendments: 24 May 1991 [3] First inauguration: 10 July 1991(Modern status is defined by the Constitution, adopted on 12 December 1993)Succession Prime Minister of RussiaSalary 3.6 million rubles annuallyWebsite (in Russian) президент.рф (in English) eng.kremlin.ruRussiaThis article is part of a series on the politics and government of the Russian FederationConstitution LawMental Health Law Russian Criminal Code Tax CodePresidencyPresident: Vladimir PutinPresidential Administration Security Council State CouncilExecutivePrime Minister: Dmitry MedvedevGovernment Cabinet (54th)LegislatureFederal AssemblyFederation Council Chairman: Valentina MatviyenkoState Duma 7th convocation Chairman: Vyacheslav VolodinJudiciaryConstitutional Court Supreme Court Prosecutor General Sup
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