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Irina Khakamada - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born April 13, 1955, Moscow, USSR (Russia) - Russian actress, journalist, politician and publicist, candidate of economic sciences, writer, television and radio host.
Higher education, graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Peoples' Friendship University. Patrice Lumumba. She defended her thesis for the degree of Candidate of Economic Sciences at the Faculty of Economics of Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov. In 1983 she received the academic title of associate professor in the specialty "political economy". Fluent in English and French.
1980 - Junior Researcher at the Research Institute of the State Planning Committee of the RSFSR.
Until the early 1990s, she was engaged in scientific and teaching work (VTUZ at the Likhachev Automobile Plant). She was one of the leaders of the Sistema + Programs cooperative, director of the Information and Analytical Center, chief expert and member of the exchange council of the Russian Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange (RTSB).
1984-1989 - Member of the CPSU.
1992-1994 - General Secretary of the Party of Economic Freedom.
1993-1995 - Deputy of the State Duma of the 1st convocation, elected in a single-mandate constituency.
In 1995-1999 she was the chairman of the public movement "Common Cause", she was re-elected as a deputy of the State Duma of the 2nd convocation; in 1997, she was elected chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for the support and development of small business. She was a member of the Russian Government Commission on Operational Issues, a member of the Russian Government Commission on Economic Reform, Chairman of the Advisory Council for the Support and Development of Small Business in the CIS member states.
In 1995, Time magazine named the politician of the XXI century among 100 famous women in the world. According to the results of sociological surveys in 1997-1999, 2001-2005. named woman of the year, in 1999 and 2002 she won this nomination. In 2005 she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize among thousands of women in the world.
1999-2003 - co-chairman of the political party "Union of Right Forces" (SPS), re-elected deputy of the State Duma of the 3rd convocation in the Eastern constituency of St. Petersburg, deputy chairman of the State Duma, chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for the support and development of small business, member faction Union of Right Forces.
In 2001, laureate of the National Prize for Public Recognition of Women's Achievements "Olympia" of the Russian Academy of Business and Entrepreneurship.
In 2002 - participant of the 57th session of the UN General Assembly.
In October 2002, Khakamada, along with Iosif Kobzon, took part in negotiations with armed terrorists in Moscow and took four hostages, including three children, from the seized Theater Center on Dubrovka.
In 2003, Irina Khakamada was unable to enter the State Duma of the 4th convocation in a single-mandate constituency; according to the party list, the Union of Right Forces could not overcome the electoral barrier.
In 2004, she ran for the post of President of Russia, taking 4th place and gaining 3.84% or 2.67 million votes. This is the best result of a female candidate in all presidential elections in Russia.
Since 2004, Chairman of the Russian Democratic Party "Our Choice", reorganized into the Interregional Public Foundation for Social Solidarity "Our Choice" - included in the political party "Russian People's Democratic Union" (RNDS). In 2008, she left the party of her own free will, explaining the termination of her political activities.
In 2012, she became a member of the Council under the President of Russia for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights.
Member of the Public Council at the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
In 2016, she became a member of the Council of the Political Party of Growth. She took part in the elections to the State Duma of the 7th convocation as a candidate for deputy from the "Party of Growth", in the first part of the regional list of Moscow. The Rosta Party won 1.11% of the vote and failed to enter parliament.