Apanasenko Gennady( candidate for deputy.)
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Biography Apanasenko Gennady
Date of birth September 14, 1950 Village. Labor Artemovskiy District
In 1972. graduated from the Far Higher Engineering Marine School of. Admiral T. I. Nevelskogo engineer by profession ship engineers.
Master of Sports in the Sea pentathlon, repeated champion of Vladivostok and Primorsky Krai.
"Honorary Officer of the Navy."
He was awarded the Order of Friendship. Married for the second. Wife Galina.
Has three children.
He began his career as a mechanic on the ship's boat "Rus".
Until 1984. worked on Slavic Shipyard. Passed all stages of the industrial ladder from foreman to deputy chief engineer of the plant.
Since 1985, Mr.. - Chief of Base Maintenance Fleet "FESCO".
In 1988. was assigned to work at the shipyard in g. Sovetskaya Gavan, where the labor collective has chosen as its director.
In 1995. invited to work as first deputy governor of the Khabarovsk Krai. (supervised economy, finance, banking, labor and employment, pricing)
In August 2000 he was appointed First Deputy Presidential Plenipotentiary in the DFO.
March 5, 2001, Mr.. Apanasenko rank actual state councilor in class 2.
In March 2001,. nominated by the initiative group of the inhabitants of Primorye candidate for governor of the Territory.
May 22, 2001 Regional Maritime electoral commission issued a warning Apanasenko and advised him not to mislead the voters.
May 27, 2001 participated in the first round of gubernatorial elections in Primorye. Scored only 14% and failed in the second round.
After the election complaints to the local electoral commission, in particular the accusations against the other candidate for governor - Darkin.
June 14, 2001 Victor Cherepkov was removed from the second round of elections for the violation of the rules of election campaigning. Thus, according to law, instead of Cherenkov (2 place), in the 2 round will participate Apanasenko (3 place).
On the same day Apanasenko gave written consent to participate in the 2 round of elections, the governor of Primorye.
June 17, 2001 lost (24.31%) in the coastal gubernatorial elections Sergei Darkin.