Gregory Bondar Semenovich( Deputy DG of Podolsky electoral district N 113,)
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Biography Gregory Bondar Semenovich
Date of Birth: May 29, 1946. g. Drohobych, Lviv obl.Zhenat Two children
In 1970 he graduated from the Moscow Higher Technical School of. Bauman.
1970-1972 he. - Served in the Army.
1972-1977 he. - Plant Engineer.
Since 1977, Mr.. present - an engineer, researcher, associate professor of MVTU. Bauman.
Since 1990. September 1993. - People's deputy of Russia, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations. Member of the Political Council of the Republican Party of Russia, former coordinator of the parliamentary faction of Republicans and Social Democrats, a former member of the organizing committee of the Parliamentary Reform Coalition.
In September 1993, Mr.. Presidential Decree activities of Russia's parliament has been suspended.
On 12 December 1993 State Duma deputy from the Podolsky electoral district N 113, Moscow region, the bloc "Yavlinsky-Boldyrev-Lukin" Member of the Yabloko faction in the Duma. Member of the State Duma Committee on Legislation and Judicial and Legal Reform.
Was the developer of the law "On status of deputy of the Federation Council and the status of deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of Russia". Bondarev suggested that the Duma to amend this law changes relating to the limitation of parliamentary immunity, which were rejected by the lower house.
Secretary of the Commission Legislative Proposals of the President of Russia, Moscow
. Political views, position:
. Speaking October 19, 1995 at a press conference in the State Duma, . Bondarev said, . that "Planck's parliamentary immunity is lifted so high, . that his impunity is becoming a danger to society "Law enforcement agencies should be entitled to investigative actions, . gathering the necessary evidence, . questioned MP,
. Save this should only immunity from the arrest, detention, search, inspection, listening to the phone - all these actions are possible only by the Chamber, as well as transferring the case to court ", - said Bondarev.
In his view, the need to amend the law on the status of deputy is obvious, as "should protect society from members with criminal tendencies". "It is particularly relevant this problem has become in recent, . the eve of elections to the Duma, . when it is clearly a trend to the penetration of criminal authorities and their henchmen in the MPs as candidates on party lists, . and as independent, . many of them are under arrest or in hiding ", . - Bondarev said at a press conference.,