Mishustin, Mikhail Vladimirovich

Mishustin, Mikhail Vladimirovich,

1966–, Russian economist and political leader. Trained in systems engineering and economics, he was Russia's deputy tax minister (1998–2004), then worked for government ministries in real estate and economic development (2004–8). Subsequently president of an asset management firm (2008–10), he returned to government in 2010 as head of the Russian federal tax service and modernized the tax administration system. In 2020, after President PutinPutin, Vladimir Vladimirovich
, 1952–, Russian government official and political leader, b. Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). After graduating from the Leningrad State Univ.
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 called for changes to the Russian constitution, Prime Minister MedvedevMedvedev, Dmitri Anatolyevich
, 1965–, Russian political leader, president of Russia (2008–12), b. Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). He earned a doctorate in law in 1990 and was a law professor at St. Petersburg State Univ. until 1999.
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 resigned, and Mishustin, a career bureaucrat with no political experience, was named prime minister.
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