Ramadan Abdulatipov: former teacher of scientific communism and president of Dagestan
Many Russian politicians began theiras members of the CPSU and responsible hardware workers. When this was demanded by the circumstances, they instantly rebuilt and began to act in new realities, while not forgetting about their interests.
To this galaxy of reformed CommunistsRamadan Abdulatipov, who was in charge of ideological work under the USSR, also fought along with other members of the Supreme Council against Yeltsin, and then changed his position and took the side of the country's first president. The politician worked as a minister, deputy prime minister and president of Dagestan.
The Soviet period
Biography of Ramadan Abdulatipov includes allthe history of the country in the second half of the 20th century. He was born in 1946 in a large family of the collective farm chairman in Dagestan. He is a national by nationality. At the end of school he entered a medical school, graduated with a diploma of a medical assistant. After working for some time in the regional polyclinic, Ramadan Abdulatipov was drafted into the army, where he served from 1966 to 1970.
After retiring to the reserve, the former sergeant-majorthe medical service is changing several professions, having worked as a stoker, sports official and head of the medical unit. In 1972, Ramazan Abdulatipov began his dizzying career, which, like everyone else at that time, meant joining the CPSU. He organizes the Komsomol work, then heads the ideological department of the Tlaratin District Committee.Along the way, the young Communist receives a correspondence higher education in the Dagestan University at the Faculty of History.
After graduating from the Leningrad State University, Ramadan Abdulatipovgoes to the all-Union level and moves to Murmansk, where, for ten years, also engaged in agitation work and teaches scientific communism in the Murmansk Higher Naval School.
The top of the career in the Soviet period was the election of the Daghestanian to the Supreme Soviet in 1990, where he would later become chairman of the Council of Nationalities.
1991 was decisive in the life of the whole country,and in the biography of Ramazan Abdulatipov. He opposes the coup by the State Emergency Committee and is among the deputies who vote for the approval of the Belovezhskaya agreements and the dismantling of the USSR. In the same year 1991 Abadulatipov, together with the Chechen Khasbulatov, participated in the resolution of the ethnic conflict in Dagestan.
Harmonious relations of the first president of Russia and the Supreme Council by 1993 deteriorated sharply.The struggle for power resulted in the siege of the buildingparliament and subsequent armed assault. In those days, Ramadan Abdulatipov was among the defenders of the White House, but he subsequently changed his position and took the side of Yeltsin than saved his political career.
Award for loyalty were high positions in theCabinet of Ministers at different premiers. Dagestan was deputy prime minister, minister of national affairs. The former communist changed his party membership several times, being a member of various short-lived movements, until he joined the ranks of "United Russia".
Two thousand years
It seemed that in the late nineties a veteranof domestic policy goes into the shadows, he lost ministerial posts, Ramadan Abdulatipov's photos began to disappear from the pages of printed publications. Nevertheless, in 2000 he became a member of the Federation Council and performed his senatorial duties until 2005.
After the termination of the deputy powers of a person witheastern mentality is sent as an ambassador to Tajikistan, where he represents the interests of Russia until 2009. After diplomatic work, Ramadan Abdulatipov returns to higher education and holds the post of rector of the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts.
The political career of the academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences resumes in 2013, when he is approved by the parliament of Dagestan as president of the republic.Since then, he is the permanent head of the North Caucasianrepublic. A politician who worked for a long time at the federal level, Abdulatipov, according to the plan of the leadership, was to rise above the clan and group struggle for power in Dagestan and unite society. Upon assuming office, he outlined a number of strategic programs for the accelerated development of the republic and the eradication of corruption.
With his wife Ramazan Abdulatipov metstill in Murmansk. After years of marriage, Inna Vasilyevna and Ramadan Gadzhimuradovich made two sons - Jamal and Abdulatip. From the first marriage, the politician has a daughter of Zaire.
After Abdulatipov was elected president of the republic, his sons and son-in-law also got a job in the power structures of Dagestan and shoulder to shoulder with their father working on state construction.