Mironov Victor Pimenovich( State Duma deputy from Medvedkovskaya electoral district N 195, Moscow. Member of the Board of the Ministry of Security of Russia, chief inspector of Moscow, publisher and chief editor of 'Chroni)
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Biography Mironov Victor Pimenovich
Date of Birth 2 December 1948, Mr.. Graduated from the Saratov Law Institute im.Kurskogo, Lawyer. In 1976 he graduated from the Saratov Law Institute.
From 1976 to 1980 worked as an investigator of Ryazan transport prosecutor's office,
since 1980 - a senior investigator of the Moscow prosecutor's office of transport.
In 1980 he joined the Communist Party. In April 1989, was expelled from the party with the words "for spreading false information about the party workers and calls for a boycott of the elections in several districts, as well as taxi drivers' strike".
Political activities started in winter 1988-1989, becoming the organizer of one of the groups supporting Boris Yeltsin during the campaign for elections for the deputies of the USSR.
In March 1989, began publishing a newspaper "Chronicle".
In the spring of 1990 with the support of the electoral bloc "Democratic Russia" Mironov was elected deputy of the RSFSR on Otradnenskoe territorial district N39 and a deputy of the Moscow Soviet. From December 1990 until the end of the existence of Parliament was a deputy group (faction) "Radical Democrats". Within a few months of 1991 was also a member of the deputy group "Democratic Russia".
As the deputy entered the Moscow Soviet bloc "Democratic Russia". From 1990 to October 1, 1991 was the leader of the parliamentary group that he created "Initiative".
The summer of 1991 became chairman of the Supervisory Committee of the Department of City Hall - Chief Inspector in Government of Moscow.
In early 1992, was appointed a member of the board of the Ministry of Security of Russia (then - the Federal Security Agency).
December 12, 1993, Mr.. elected to the State Duma on Medvedkovskaya district of Moscow.
A member of the faction Russia's Choice.
Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security. He was a member of the "Stability" (with 14.03.95, protocol, N65).