18 May 2003, 03:41
Sultygov, Abdul-Khakim Akhmedovich
Chechen politician and statesman. Special Representative of the President of Russian Federation for human rights in Chechen Republic.
Born February 5, 1962, in Grozny. Graduated from Checheno-Ingushetia State University in the city of Grozny and the graduate school of Russian Economic Academy named after Plekhanov, Moscow. Master of Economics (kandidat ekonomicheskikh nauk). For a long time, taught economics in Russian Economic Academy named after Plekhanov. In 1990-1993, worked in the Supreme Council of RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) and Russian Federation. In 1994-2000, was engaged in expert analytical research on humanitarian and political technologies of normalization of the North Caucasus situation and perfection of federal relations in Russian Federation. In 1996, was an advisor to the acting head of Chechnya's government Shamil Basaev on a voluntary basis. In 1998-2000, was the head of Moscow Humanitarian and Political Technologies Institute named after A. Avtorkhanov. Since 1999, works together with Akhmad Kadyrov (former mufti of Chechnya, now the head of Chechen Republic's administration). Worked as a head of staff of State Duma Commission for facilitating the political reconciliation and human rights in Chechen Republic and as a secretary of a joint group Duma-PACE for Chechen Republic. State advisor of Russian Federation of second rank. On July 12, 2002, was appointed the special representative of the President of Russian Federation to ensure the rights and freedoms of a human and a citizen in Chechen Republic.
A.-K. Sultygov has prepared over 100 scientific and publicist articles and analytic materials with recommendations on the current issues of the federal anti-crisis policies in the North Caucasus. The domain of his scientific interests is economics. In 2000, an author's monograph was published: Theory of Technologic Evolution. Certain Methodological Issues of Economics.