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Anatoly Shirokov was appointed to the post of the Federation Council senator from the Magadan Region

The governor of the Magadan region, Vladimir Pecheny, appointed deputy chairman of the regional duma, former rector of Northeastern State University (SVGU) Anatoly Shirokov to the post of senator of the Federation Council from the region.

“I think that Anatoly Shirokov does not need to be introduced to anyone in the Magadan region. He is well known both as the rector of the SVSU and as a person who has been a member of our legislative assembly for a very long time and, in particular, the deputy chairman of the regional Duma. I hope that in his new position Senator, he will be useful to the territory, will actively contribute to the solution of our problems at the federal level, "Vladimir Pechenyi said at a meeting with journalists.

A.Shirokov was born on December 29 1967 in Novosibirsk. In 1990, he graduated from the History Faculty of Tomsk State University. In 2003 he graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of the Leningrad State Regional University. A. S. Pushkin. In 1997, he was awarded the degree of candidate of historical sciences. In the 2010 year - doctor of historical sciences. Member of the base level of the federal management reserve since 2010.

A. Shirokov - First Deputy Chairman of the Magadan Regional Duma, Chairman of the Permanent Deputy Commission on Regional Issues and Local Self-Government, Head of the United Russia WFP faction in the regional legislative assembly.

Previously, Vladimir Kulakov, who tragically died in August 2014, was the representative of the Government of the Magadan Region in the Federation Council.

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