- Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich: biography
- Political activities
- Awards and titles
- Tolkachev's statements
- From an interview with the speaker of the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus on the economic situation in the republic
- Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich: compromising evidence
- Statements in the Bashmedia video
- Reaction to compromising video footage
Who is Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich? The answer to this question should be sought in his biography. Currently, he occupies a number of fairly high positions at once. For example, he heads the commission dealing with pardon issues, created under the President of Bashkortostan; is the deputy of the Russian representative in the Congress of European Authorities at the local and regional level (Chamber of Regions); heads the Political Council in the Bashkir regional branch of United Russia, and has also been the speaker of the parliament (Kurultai) of Bashkortostan for several convocations.
Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich: biography
The future politician was born on March 1, 1953 in the city of Stalinsk (now Novokuznetsk), Kemerovo Region.
After receiving secondary school education, Tolkachev Konstantin went to work at the Kuznetsk Iron and Steel Works. Acted as an assistant pipe welder.
In 1971, he was called up for two years for military service in the Soviet Army.
After demobilization, he went to study at the Ryazan Higher School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, after which he came to work in the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. By 1996, he managed to work in senior positions in this ministry.
By this time, he graduated from the Academy of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs.
From 1996 to 1999, Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich worked as head of the Ufa Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
In 1999, Tolkachev was elected to the Kurultai (State Assembly) of the Republic of Bashkortostan of the II convocation, where he was entrusted with the post of chairman in the House of Representatives, and later - chairman of the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus.
From 1999 to 2001, Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich was a member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, worked in the committee that oversaw constitutional legislation.
In 2003-2008 he was the chairman of the Kurultai of the Republic of Bashkortostan III convocation.
In the elections in 2008, politician Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich became a member of the State Assembly - the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus from the Buysky single-mandate constituency No. 60..
Konstantin Tolkachev heads the Political Council of the regional structure of United Russia in Bashkortostan, is a member of the Council of Legislators of the Russian Federation.
As a member of the Presidential Council of Bashkortostan, he heads the presidential pardon commissionRepublic.
Awards and titles
Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich was awarded the honorary titles of Honored Lawyer of the Republic of Bashkortostan and Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation. He is a retired Major General of the Internal Service.
Among his awards are: the Order of Honor, twenty medals, the Order of Merit for Bashkortostan.
In 2008 he was awarded the Order of Salavat Yulaev.
He has the nominal weapon of the Honorary Officer of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Tolkachev wrote a number of scientific papers mainly on legal topics, in total there are over two hundred and fifty. He is a full member of the Russian Academy of Legal Sciences, holds the title of Professor and Doctor of Law.
Back in 2006, Tolkachev spoke about the need to extend the practice of treaties between the subjects of the Russian Federation and the center.
The Constitution provides for the legal equality of all federal subjects, but the actual equality differs from the legal one, since each subject of the Federation has its own uniqueness, its own level of development, original traditions and conditions.
Tolkachev expressed the opinion that it is permissible for each subject of the Russian Federation to have the right to build their own contractual relations with the Center, which is fully consistent with the provisions of the Russian Constitution.
The politician said that the deputies of the Bashkir State Assembly sent to the Russian PresidentAn appeal to V.V. Putin, where it was proposed to update the agreement between Bashkortostan and the Russian Federation.
From an interview with the speaker of the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus on the economic situation in the republic
In an interview for the Eurasian Legal Journal, Tolkachev noted that Bashkortostan is territorially part of both Europe and Asia. Such a favorable location of the republic on the main highways from north to south and from west to east, the presence of a special Eurasian direction in the economy make it possible to create favorable investment conditions for the region as a whole.
Currently, Bashkortostan has such basic macroeconomic indicators that allowed the republic to be in the top ten best Russian regions.
There are many independent economic systems operating on the territory of the republic, covering various economic sectors, which are organically included in the state economic complex.
Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich: compromising evidence
The biography of the politician has constantly attracted the attention of various media. Among the journalists, there were also those who tried to denigrate Tolkachev, often at the request of rival ill-wishers.
In August 2013, the Bashmedia news agency showed footage obtained using a hidden camera.
In this story, a man who outwardly looks like Arsen Nurijanov (the head of BashDomKom, a former candidate for deputy of the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus, nominated by the party"United Russia"), tells about an attempt to replace him with Anatoly Dubovsky, a member of the public chamber. Dubovsky has the support of the Speaker of the State Assembly - Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus Konstantin Tolkachev.
The story mentions that earlier during a hunt in the Tuymazinsky district, Tolkachev allegedly accidentally shot a man. This was covered up, according to a participant in the video, by Anas Khasanov, the then Minister of the Interior of Bashkortostan.
Dubovsky allegedly knows this information, but keeps silent about it, so Tolkachev has to "work it out".
Statements in the Bashmedia video
The hero of the video, outwardly resembling the head of "BashDomKom", declares that he intends to refuse to participate in the election campaign for ten million rubles (the plot was filmed until Nuridzhanov was excluded from the list of proposed candidates for the Kurultai of the Republic of Belarus), and for work BashDomKoma "should pay fifty million rubles" to RPNU.
The man in the video also stated that they were paid five million to receive a parliamentary mandate. According to him, Khamitov was not allowed to hold early presidential elections, and a letter of resignation was written to him. The latter allegedly had a "destruction of the psychoemotional system".
Reaction to compromising video footage
Head of the press service of the State Assembly (Kurultai RB) Ilgiz Abdullin any commentswere not given for this video. He said that he did not even intend to watch this video, let alone comment on it.
Nurijanov Arsen himself was also unable to get comments from any of the media correspondents.
Soon the video was removed from all sites on which it had previously been posted, including YouTube. On March 19, 2014, the Kirovsky District Court of Ufa issued a decision based on the results of consideration of a case concerning the protection of honor, dignity, and business reputation, based on a lawsuit filed by Arsen Nurijanov against Mukhamedyarov Albert and his Bashmedia news agency.
The claim was partially satisfied in the court order.