Legislative Assembly of Krasnodar Krai

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Legislative Assembly of Krasnodar Krai
Законодательное собрание Краснодарского края
6th legislature
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairman
Yury Burlachenko, United Russia
Structure
Seats 70
6th Legislative Assembly of Krasnodar Krai.svg
Political groups

     United Russia (63)
     Communist Party (3)
     Liberal Democratic Party (3)

     Party of Growth (1)
Elections
Last election
10 September 2017
Next election
September 2022
Meeting place
Зал заседаний Законодательного собрания Краснодарского края.jpg
3 Red street, Krasnodar
Website
http://www.kubzsk.ru
The Legislative Assembly building

The Legislative Assembly of Krasnodar Krai is the Russian province's standing legislative (representative) body. The Legislative Assembly exercises its authority by passing laws, resolutions, and other legal acts and by supervising the implementation and observance of the laws and other legal acts passed by it.[1]

The assembly consists of 70 deputies elected for a term of 5 years. 35 members are elected from single-member constituencies and 35 deputies - on party lists.

History

Election of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the first convocation was held on 20 November 1994. The Legislative Assembly began on 14 December 1994, composing of 50 deputies. The first Chairman of the Legislative Assembly elected was Alexey Bagmut. From December 1995 to September 2017, the Parliament of the Kuban was headed by Vladimir Beketov. The same composition - 50 members - worked the Legislative Assembly of the second convocation.

On 24 November 2002, elections of deputies to the Legislative Assembly of the third convocation were held for 70 constituencies.

On 2 December 2007, elections of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the fourth convocation were held. 70 deputies were elected under a mixed system: 35 deputies in single-mandate districts (in all districts won by representatives of United Russia) and 35 deputies - on party lists. United Russia won 26 seats out of 35. The Communist party won six seats and A Just Russia won 3 seats.

Elections of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the fifth convocation were held on 14 October 2012. The number of deputies was increased to 100: 50 deputies in single-mandate constituencies and 50 in a party list. The Parliament passed the representatives of two political parties: United Russia with 95 seats and the Communist party with 5 seats.[2]

Election sof the Legislative Assembly of the sixth convocation were held on 10 September 2017. The number of deputies was again reduced to 70. United Russia won the election with 60 seats, the Communist party and the Liberal Democratic party won 3 seats, A Just Russia and the Party of Growth won 1 seat, as well as 2 independent members. Yury Burlachenko was elected as Chairman of the Legislative Assembly.

Chairmen

Portrait Name Period Party Legislature
1 Coat of Arms of Krasnodar Kray.svg Alexey Bagmut[3] 14 December 1994 December 1995 Independent I
(1994)
2 Beketov.JPG Vladimir Beketov December 1995 10 September 2017 United Russia
II
(1998)
III
(2002)
IV
(2007)
V
(2012)
3 Coat of Arms of Krasnodar Kray.svg Yury Burlachenko 28 September 2017 Incumbent United Russia VI
(2017)

References

  1. ^ Законодательное собрание Краснодарского края
  2. ^ о ЗСК
  3. ^ Политика: Алексей Багмут: «Ни в чем не считаю себя обделенным»
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