Sergey Dyachenko

Sergey Aleksandorovich Dyachenko (Russian: Сергей Александрович Дьяченко) (18 September 1952 – 26 October 2016) was a Kazakh-born Soviet politician. He was Deputy Chairman of Mazhilis from 2012 to 2016, member of the Mazhilis from 2012 to 2016, and Akim of Aktobe Region from 2010 to 2012.[1]

Sergey Dyachenko
Сергей Дьяченко
Sergey Dyachenko Mazhilis Senate of Poland (cropped).JPG
Dyachenko in 2014
Deputy Chair of the Mazhilis
In office
18 January 2012 – 20 January 2016
ChairOral Muhamedjanov
Nurlan Nigmatulin
Kabibulla Dzhakupov
Preceded byVladimir Bobrov
Succeeded byGülmira Isimbaeva
In office
13 November 2004 – 13 March 2010
ChairOral Muhamedjanov
Aslan Musin
Preceded byMuhambet Kopeev
Succeeded byVladimir Bobrov
Member of the Mazhilis
In office
20 January 2012 – 26 October 2016
In office
1 December 1999 – 13 March 2010
Äkim of Akmola Region
In office
13 March 2010 – 20 January 2012
Preceded byAlbert Ray
Succeeded byQairat Qojamjarov
Personal details
Born(1952-09-18)18 September 1952
Shortandy, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union
Died26 October 2016(2016-10-26) (aged 64)
Astana, Kazakhstan
Political partyNur Otan (1999−2016)
Other political
affiliations
QKP (1973–1991)

BiographyEdit

Dyachenko was born in 1952 in the village of Shortandy in the Akmola Region of the Kazakh SSR.

In 1973, he graduated from the Industrial and Economic Department of the Kuibyshev Planning Institute, receiving a degree in economics. Subsequently, he graduated from the Alma-Ata Higher Party School where he earned a Ph.D in political science. The topic of his doctoral dissertation was “Problems of democratic modernization in Kazakhstan (political science analysis)”. He began his career as an engineer-economist at the plant of devices and capacitors in the city of Kuznetsk. That same year, Dyachenko was drafted into Soviet Army. He served in the Red Banner Far Eastern Military District in Primorsk.

After serving in the army, Dyachenko returned to Kazakhstan. Over the past ten years, he had gone from working as an instructor to the Shortandinsky District Committee to being the Second Secretary of the Central Committee of the Komsomol of Kazakh SSR. From 1985 to 1991, he was the First Secretary of the Kokchetau City Committee of the QKP, and at the same time, from 1990, as the Chairman of the Kokchetau City Council of People's Deputies. From 1991 to 1993, Dyachenko worked as Deputy Chairman of the State Committee of the Kazakh SSR for Youth, Physical Education and Sports, and Deputy Minister of Tourism, Physical Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan. From 1993 to 1999, he worked in public organizations.

After the 1999 legislative election, Dyachenko became a member of the Mazhilis. In 2004, he was re-elected for another term and became its Deputy Chairman in November 2004. In 2006, he was chosen as a Deputy Chairman of the Assembly of Peoples of Kazakhstan and was a member of the Political Council of Nur Otan. In March 2010, he was appointed as the Akim of the Akmola region. From 2012 to 2016, Dyachenko was a Deputy Chairman of the Mazhilis.[2]

Dyachenko died on 26 October 2016, in Astana at the age of 64.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Дьяченко Сергей Александрович (персональная справка)". Информационная система ПАРАГРАФ. Retrieved 2020-01-20.
  2. ^ "Дьяченко Сергей Александрович: На связи с народом". www.parlam.kz. Retrieved 2020-01-20.
  3. ^ "Депутат Сергей Дьяченко ушел из жизни". Tengrinews.kz (in Russian). 2016-10-26. Retrieved 2020-01-20.