Kalashnikov Sergey V.( Ex-Minister of Labor and Social Development.)
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Biography Kalashnikov Sergey V.
Born July 3, 1951 Place of Birth g. Akmolinsk, Kazakh SSR
In 1975. graduated from Leningrad State University.
In 1979. - A postgraduate of the Institute of Psychology of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, then the Academy of National Economy under the USSR Council of Ministers.
Candidate of Psychological Sciences. International Academy of Informatization.
1975 - 1976 he. - Teacher Novosibirsk Electrotechnical Institute.
1979 - 1985 he. - Head of Socio-Psychological Service PO Krasnogorsk plant.
1985 - 1988 he. - Head of the Ministry of Defense Industry of the USSR, the head of the branch of social and psychological services.
1988 - 1992 he. - Head of the Department of scientific principles of management, Vice President for Research Institute of Continuous Education of the Ministry of chemical and petrochemical industry of the USSR.
1992 - 1993 he. - President of JSC "Trade house" Neftekhim, g. Krasnogorsk, Moscow Region.
1993 - 1995 he. - Member of the State Duma of the first convocation of the Federal Assembly.
A member of the LDPR faction.
Since December 1995. - Member of the State Duma of the second convocation.
Since January 1996. - Chairman of the State Duma of the second convocation of Labor and Social Policy.
Since September 30, 1998. - Minister of Labor and Social Development.
After the resignation of the Primakov government (May 1999). - I.o. Minister of Labor and Social Development.
25 May 1999. Presidential Decree was appointed Minister of Labor and Social Development.
After the resignation of the government Stepashin (August 1999). - I.o. Minister of Labor and Social Development.
19 August 1999. Presidential decree appointed Minister of Labor and Social Development.
May 7, 2000, Mr.. in connection with the assumption of office as President Putin all members of the government resigned, and until the appointment of new ministers took over as acting.
May 18, 2000, Mr.. dismissed.