Filin, Vladimir Ivanovich( President of Russia's social-liberal party, co-Socio-liberal associations Russia (SLO RF))
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Biography Filin, Vladimir Ivanovich
Date of Birth: March 20, 1952. My father was a skilled worker, mother - serving.
In 1974 he graduated from the Institute of Patent in 1983 - Faculty of Economics of All-Union Institute of Textile and Light Industry. Speaks German.
Their views defined as the social-liberal. In relation to the government of Viktor Chernomyrdin is in a constructive opposition, and welcomes those of his actions that benefit RSLP.
Supported the draft Constitution of RF, predlozhennny President Yeltsin in the spring of 1993 (on behalf of the RSLP it was proposed to make 60 amendments). Feline believed that there are two options for the adoption of the Constitution of Russia - the Congress of People's Deputies, or by referendum. Most suitable for Russia form of government believes presidential republic (similar to U.S.).
Negative attitude to such political figures as Alexander Sterligov, Gennady Zyuganov, Viktor Anpilov and Gavriil Popov. Indexation of wages in general supports. Supporter of the mixed variant of privatization.
Human Rights puts the nation above the rights. In his view, the Latvian citizenship law could be regarded as an internal affair of the republic, if he was adopted by referendum. By the CIS applies to the basis of a future state such as the Common Market. Considers that the southern Kuril Islands should gradually lead to a joint Russo-Japanese management, and the status of Crimea should determine its own citizens in a referendum.
In 1969 he worked as a fitter-installer. After graduation from 1974 to 1980 worked as head of department, head of manufacturing, chief engineer of a shoe factory in Expocenter (Moscow region). In 1980 - 1981 he was the Deputy Chief of the official ceremonies of the organizing committee, Olympics-80 ".
In 1981 he returned to the shoe factory, which until 1983 served as Director. From 1983 to 1985 - head of consumer services Zhukovsky. From 1985 to 1989 - zamestitell director, chief editor of the All-Union advertising and information bureau of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR.
In 1990-1991 - head of art edited by the publishing house Preyskurantizdat ". Since 1991 - at the party work. He was a member of the CPSU since 1975. In 1989 joined the working group of the Coordinating Council of the "Democratic platform" in the CPSU. In 1990 he took part in organizing rallies "Demplatformy". Released from the CPSU in July 1990 along with other supporters Demplatformy ".
November 17, 1990 took part in the Constituent Congress of the Republican Party of Russia (RPRF), which was elected executive secretary RPRF. Until the spring of 1991 was also the chairman of the Moscow organization RPRF. In RPRF was one of the leaders of the social-liberal wing, until June 1991 advocated a merger with the Social Democratic Party of Russia (SDPR)
. He was one of the initiators of the institutionalization of the social-liberal wing of the faction "Left Center", . then to the Moscow regional organization RPRF (parallel to the Moscow city organization, . dominated by supporters of the liberal-conservative wing),
From October 1990 he took part in the Movement of Democratic Russia, was one of the founders of inter-republican coalition "Democratic Congress". July 3, 1991 participated in the inter-party forum "Democratic Moscow". In October 1991, entered the coalition of democratic forces in Moscow.
In 1991 he ran for election to the Moscow Regional Soviet of People's Deputies of Russia, but was not chosen (due to the absence of voters)
. In July 1991, . due to disagreement with the ongoing guidance RPRF purely liberal policy, . excluding the social policy, . became one of the organizers of the Social-liberal associations Russia (SLO RF) and in January 1992, was elected co-chair,
. In 1992, on the basis of regional organizations RPRF entering Russia in the Arctic Ocean, was set up Russia's social-liberal party (RSLP), chairman and member of the Political Council which was elected Owl. RSLP and the Arctic Ocean are part of the RF block of left-centrist orientation of the "New Russia" (along with SDPR, the People's Party of Russia, the Peasant Party, the Union of Young Russia "and the Christian-Democratic Union of Russia). The Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR and RF Feline participated in the preparation of letters and petitions addressed to the President of the USSR and the President of Russia.
Summer of 1993 participated in the Constitutional Meeting. In September 1993, Yeltsin approved a decree to dissolve parliament and on behalf of the RSLP urged the President to disband all local councils. He was a list of candidates for the election of association "New Russia" in the State Duma. "New Russia" was unable to collect required to participate in elections the number of signatures.