POPOV Sergei

POPOVState Duma of Russian Federation, ” United Russia ” .
Born in Moscow on 21.7.1949
Ph.D. in Political Sciences, Active member of the Academy of Political Sciences. Married, has one son.

Parliamentary Activities

Representative in the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation from the administration of the Oust-Ordy of the autonomous region of Bouriatia, from 25 December 2000.
A ‘ Vice – Chairman of the Council of Federation Committee on Regulations and organization of parliamentary activity.
Elected Member of Parliament (State Duma) of the 4th convocation, on 7 December 2003 .
President of the General Assembly of the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (I.A.O.), June 2004.

Social – Political Activities

On the service of Young Communists, Communist Party and professional unions, 1973-1990.
Assisted in the organization and realization of the activities, devoted to the commemoration of the Millennium of the Baptism of Russia, 1988.
Deputy Director of the affairs of the All-Union Central Council of Trade-Unions, 1990- 1992.
Director of the Project “Russian Christmas” for the spread of the traditions of Orthodoxy in Europe, 1992-1994.
Director of the interregional social institution “People’s House”, 1995- 2000.
Chairman of the Council of the Pan-Russian Union of the “Peoples’ Houses,” 1998-2001.
Deputy Chief of the central office of the electoral block “Unity”.
Member of the faction “United Russia “.
Chairman of the Central executive committee of the party “Unity”, 2000- 2001.
Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma on the Social unions and religious organizations.
Member of the General Council of the party “United Russia”.


Moscow Mining Institute, 1971.
Engineer in the Moscow Research and Training Institute of Radio communication, 1971-1973.
Moscow Institute of Administration by S. Ordzonikidze, 1982.


Awarded the medal and letter of gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation V.V.Putin for his active participation in the election campaign in 1996 and at the 2000 Presidential election campaign.

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