Bogachev Vladimir V.( President of the European Liberal-Democratic Party, founded in the spring of 1991, excluded from LDPSS.)
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Biography Bogachev Vladimir V.
Date of Birth: Born in 1944
Engaged in political activity since 1967., Subject to criminal liability under st.70 (anti-Soviet propaganda and agitation), 98 (violation of the passport regime), 147 (fraud) of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR. Serves on the board "icheskogo Democrat Union, was expelled from the BO for" betrayal "after a few supporters wrote an open letter criticizing the methods of organization, which was partially reprinted by the newspaper" Evening Moscow.
He was the chief coordinator of the Liberal Democratic Party of the Soviet Union. October 6, 1990 at the initiative of Bogacheva held in Moscow II Extraordinary Congress of the Liberal Democratic Party of the Soviet Union (LDPSS), was expelled from the party, its leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky for cooperation with the KGB. Congress also announced a change of policy of the Party: the refusal of "centrist" line and moving in opposition to the CPSU.
Soon after its completion was followed by a statement of one of the leaders of LDPSS incompetence of the Congress, as well as the statement by the KGB that "no information to date on V. Zhirinovsky ... The KGB did not have. "Bogachev said that" Zhirinovsky supports the Communists, the Interior Ministry and the KGB. People's deputy of the October District Council in Moscow, a member of the Central Committee of the LDP Evgeny Smirnov has documents that show that Zhirinovsky has worked for the KGB since his student. When Zhirin FACI studied law at Moscow State University, . He was brought to criminal responsibility for foreign exchange transactions, . but then the case was dismissed, . apparently, . because of, . that Zhirinovsky had agreed to cooperate with the KGB. "After 2 days Bogachev and his supporters and was expelled from the party by Zhirinovsky,
President of the European Liberal-Democratic Party, founded in the spring of 1991, excluded from LDPSS.
In 1995 was nominated for the European Liberal-Democratic Party in the State Duma 6-th convocation, but the party could obtain the signatures and not participate in elections.