- Vadim Solovyov: biography
- Activities in the nineties
- Vadim Solovyov: State Duma
- Publications policy
- About fictitious divorces
- Article in Pravda
- Participation in gubernatorial elections
- Personal life politics
Deputy from the Communist Party Vadim Solovyov, using his knowledge in the field of jurisprudence, actively protects the interests of Russian citizens. For this, he was repeatedly targeted for targeted persecution, harassment and slander.
Vadim Solovyov: biography
The birthplace of the future Russian politician is the village of Sergeevka (Donetsk region, Krasnoarmeisky district).
Date of birth - 07/29/1958 He comes from a family of workers.
After receiving secondary school education, he managed to work on a tractor in the local branch of "Selkhoztekhnika", until in 1976 he was called up for military service in the border troops of the KGB of the USSR.
After demobilization, Vadim Solovyov went to study at Moscow State University. Lomonosov, where until 1984 he was a student at the Faculty of Law. He studied "excellently". During extracurricular time, he was engaged in part-time work - delivering mail, laying concrete, acting as a cleaner in industrial premises.
Having received a diploma, he came to work at the Moscow Silk Factory. Shcherbakova P.P., where he became the head of the legal department.
From 1987 to 1990 SolovyovVadim Georgievich served as a people's judge in the Kuibyshev District People's Court of Moscow.
Since 1989, he became a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
Activities in the nineties
In 1990-1991, Solovyov's place of work was the Federation of Independent Russian Trade Unions, where he served as a consultant. Then he was appointed to the post of head of the legal service in the Association of Independent Workers' Trade Unions.
Since 1993, he joined the ranks of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
In 1996, Vadim Solovyov was introduced to the Central Control and Auditing Commission of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, and soon he joined its presidium.
In 1998, he completed his studies at the Faculty of State and Municipal Administration within the walls of the Russian Academy of Public Administration established by the President of the Russian Federation.
Soloviev published a series of articles exposing the facts of fraud in the elections to the State Duma in 2003, for which he received the literary award "Word to the People", established by the newspaper "Soviet Russia".
In 2004, he became the secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, whose competence included legal issues.
Later he headed the legal service of the Central Committee of the Communist Party.
Before being elected to the State Duma in 2007, Solovyov was a member of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation from the Russian Communist Party. He had only an advisory vote.
Vadim Solovyov: State Duma
Since 2007, Soloviev joined the deputy corps of the State Duma of the Russian Federation of the 5th convocation. Fromfaction of communists of Russia, he was introduced to the committee dealing with constitutional legislation and state building.
In the next convocation, he again became a deputy of the Duma, worked in the same committee as deputy chairman.
Deputy Vadim Solovyov took part in several hundred lawsuits, where he provided legal assistance to workers, labor collectives, deceived depositors, pensioners. More than once, on behalf of the Communist Party and on the side of representatives of the working people, he spoke at meetings of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.
He initiated a parliamentary investigation into the activities of Serdyukov A.E. during his tenure as Minister of Defense of Russia.
Vadim Solovyov is a State Duma deputy who managed to prove the facts of corruption in the Tver regional Ministry of He alth, the Tver traffic police, and the administration of the city of Kimry. Real criminal cases were initiated on all these facts.
He is a co-author of laws regarding strikes, vacations, the procedure for resolving an individual labor dispute.
Vadim Solovyov's bill concerning the children of the war, found a wide response among the deputies. He also took an active part in the development of bills on updating the overhaul procedure, combating corruption and some others.
In July 2016, Solovyov gave an interview to the correspondent of the Russian Planet publication. In it, the politician noted that there are often factsregistration of undeclared real estate for legal entities registered for relatives of officials.
According to Solovyov, it would be advisable to make a mandatory annual report in the declarations of legislators and civil servants on the presence of their family members' shares in Russian and foreign commercial structures.
Today, the declaration of a deputy or an official contains information regarding the income of him and his wife during the reporting year, whether he, his wife and children have real estate, transport, land plots. Solovyov considers it necessary to make this list wider so that the voter can better understand what a representative of the authorities or an official and his relatives are doing under the guise of a legal entity.
This additional information for the relevant inspection bodies will help to timely identify various unseemly and criminal acts on the part of unscrupulous public servants.
About fictitious divorces
In the summer of 2016, Solovyov, in order to more effectively counteract corruption, proposed that a previously divorced official and his ex-wife be considered spouses if "marital relations have been preserved" between them.
Soloviev is aware of the signs indicating the "preservation of marital relations." Some officials, having formally dissolved the marriage, live together, jointly manage the household. At the same time, it becomes possible to register for the "former" spousemisappropriated property.
Article in Pravda
In January of this year, Solovyov published an article in the Pravda newspaper en titled "Massacre".
In it, he spoke about sending Poltavchenko (the head of St. Petersburg) an appeal signed by the head of the Communist Party Zyuganov, which expressed outrage at the fact that the St. Petersburg Committee on Transport Infrastructure groundlessly fined the St. Petersburg branch of the Communist Party in the amount of half a million rubles for violations in organizing the movement of the festive procession dedicated to the 99th anniversary of the October Revolution.
Zyuganov noted that before the procession, all the necessary relevant approvals were passed, during the celebration itself, there were no comments from the accompanying traffic police officers.
The unreasonable bringing to administrative responsibility of the city branch of the Communist Party is an attempt to create far-fetched obstacles for the Communist Party in organizing large-scale events dedicated to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution in November this year.
Participation in gubernatorial elections
Last year, Soloviev intended to take part in the election of the governor of the Tver region. However, the regional election commission refused to register him as a candidate for this post, arguing that electoral signatures in his support were collected only in 27, not 33 municipalities.
The politician appealed to the regional court of Tver witha claim for the annulment of the decision of the regional election committee concerning the refusal to register him. The court denied the claim to Vadim Solovyov.
Personal life politics
Soloviev Vadim Georgievich is married. The wife is a pensioner of the prosecutor's office, she is also a member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation since 1996. They have a grown daughter.
Singing ditties to the harmonica is his hobby in his spare time. Often he does this together with fellow party member Oleg Smolin.
In 2014 Solovyov declared income in the amount of 3,884,388 rubles. In addition, the declaration indicated the presence of a garden plot of land with an area of 825 square meters; apartments with an area of 32.9 square meters, as well as shares (fourth part) in an apartment of 87.3 square meters. meters. Of the vehicles declared "Moskvich-21412".
The wife's income amounted to 300 thousand rubles. Her declaration also noted the presence of a land plot for personal subsidiary farming, with an area of 3,000 square meters; residential building with an area of 79.3 sq. meters; baths - 54, 5 sq. meters; the fourth part of the apartment with an area of 87.3 square meters. Of the vehicles, the wife declared a "Chevrolet Niva".