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Patova, Valentina Alexandrovna

Deputy of the National Assembly of Karachayevo-Cherkessian Republic of the second convocation from the constituency No. 61 (Ust-Djegutinsky County).

Member of the Presidium of the National Assembly, member of the mandate commission on ethics and order of the National Assembly of Karachayevo-Cherkessian Republic.

Born April 11, 1952, in the settlement of Krasny Vostok, Malokarachayevsky County. College degree. In 1976, graduated from Leningrad Agriculture Institute of the Order of Labor Red Banner.

Started her professional activities in 1970, as a timekeeper at the Karachayevo-Cherkesskpromstroy trust and then worked as a controller at the NVA plant in the city of Cherkessk. In 1971 thru 1976, was a preparatory-course student and then a full-time student of Leningrad Agriculture Institute. Upon graduation from the Institute, worked as economist, senior economist, and leading economist in Karachayevo-Cherkessian Regional Department of Agriculture. Since 1987, was the head accountant of Yuzhny sovkhoz complex, the largest greenhouse complex in Europe, of the Science and Industrial Department of the Government of Moscow. Since 1996, 1996, was the Director General of the state unitary enterprise Yuzhny Sovkhoz Complex of the Science and Industrial Department of the Government of Moscow.

In 1999, Valentina Alexandrovna Patova was the only female to run for the position of the Head of Karachayevo-Cherkessian Republic. Takes active part in Republic's social life.

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