Valentin Dubinin

Politician, Person

1946 –


Who is Valentin Dubinin?

Valentin Stepanovich Dubinin is a deputy of the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai, Russia, and the krai's former acting governor.

In 1969, Dubinin graduated from Ussuriysk Agricultural Institute, where he specialized in Agricultural Mechanical Engineering, and in 1982—from the Khabarovsk higher party school. His work career started in 1969 in Chernigovka, Primorsky Krai, where he was a director of a creamery in 1970–1971. In the following twenty years he held various Communist party posts in Chernigovsky District administration. He became the head of Anuchinsky District administration in 1991; a post that he held until 1993. In 1993–1995, he served as the first deputy chair of Primorsky Krai administration; after that—as a vice-governor to Governor Yevgeny Nazdratenko.

On February 9, 2001, following Nazdratenko's resignation, Dubinin became acting governor of Primorsky Krai. He was one of the candidates for the governor's seat in May 2001 elections, but did not receive enough votes to make it to the second round, losing to Viktor Cherepkov and Sergey Darkin. After having lost the elections, Dubinin was offered and accepted the job at Alfa Bank, the Far Eastern regional division of which he currently heads.

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Jan 15, 1946

on July 23, 2013


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