Yury Mikhailovich Luzhkov is a Russian politician, the mayor of Moscow.
He was born on September 21, 1936 in Moscow.
Training in the biography of Luzhkov was held at the Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry of Moscow. In his youth he showed himself as an activist, an organizer, he began to work from his student years. I married a classmate from a very well-off family. After her death, she married for the second time in 1991.
From 1958 to 1964, Luzhkov worked in the Research Institute of Plastics, where he changed a number of high posts. In 1964 he headed the chemical industry department in the USSR Ministry, having served 10 years in this position. Then in the same Ministry becomes director in the Bureau of Automation.
After that, in the biography of Yuri Luzhkov from 1980 to 1986, he was the general director of Neftekhim Automation. In 1987-1990 he was deputy chairman of the Moscow Soviet, also at that time he headed the agro-industrial committee of Moscow.
In 1990, Luzhkov became chairman of the executive committee, and in 1991 he held the post of vice-mayor of Moscow. And the next year he becomes mayor of the capital. Since then, in the biography of Yuri Mikhailovich Luzhkov, power has been strengthened. In 1996, the Mayor’s election won the support of the majority of Muscovites.