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|Prime Minister||Mykola Azarov|
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|Political party||Party of Regions|
Dmitriy Svyatash (укр. Дмитро Володимирович Святаш, рус. Дмитрий Владимирович Святаш; 15 of June, 1971, Kharkiv, Ukraine) - Ukrainian social and political activist, member of Party of Regions, member of the tax and customs policy committee.
Dmitriy Vladimirovch Svyatash was born in Kharkiv in 1971 in a family of doctor Vladimir Nikolaevich Svyatash. The family lives in Kharkov from the postwar years. In 1988 Dmitriy graduated the high school № 1 named after Lenin. In 1994 he graduated the Kharkov Medical Institute, specializing in pediatrics. In 2001 he completed his studies as a lawyer at the National Yaroslav Mudry Law Academy. A year earlier, Svyatash graduated economic at the Institute for Advanced Studies and Retraining heavy machinery. Then in 2007 he graduated the Kharkiv Regional Institute on Public Administration degree. Since May 2002 till the present day, Dmitry Svyatash is a deputy of the fourth, fifth and sixth convocation. Since 2005 - member of the Party of Regions.
In March 2002, gaining 24% of the votes, Svyatash was elected as a deputy of Ukraine from 171 majority districts (Moskovsky district of Kharkiv). He became a member of the Committee on Finance and Banking. In 2004 he was a trustee of presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych. In 2006 became Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Finance and Banking. After the 2007 elections in the ranks of Party of Regions becomes the head of the subcommittee on taxation of non-market financial institutions and entities of the stock market of the Committee on Taxation and Customs Policy.
On February 18, 2014, Svyatash was under suspicion of wanting to leave the country, when protesters of the Maidan movement refused him entry to his house, and brought him to nearby Bertuk. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YtelP6DPBE)
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