Anatoly Lisitsyn

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Yaroslavl Governor Anatoly Lisitsyn, left holding clipboard.

Anatoly Ivanovich Lisitsyn (Russian: Анатолий Иванович Лисицын, born June 26, 1947 in Kalinin Oblast (now Tver Oblast), Russia) is the governor of Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia. He graduated from the Leningrad Forestry Academy in 1977. He became mayor in Rybinsk in 1990. He was appointed acting governor, then governor in 1991. He was elected again on December 17, 1994, with 51.5% of the vote; and re-elected on December 19, 1999 with 63.8% of the vote; and again on December 7, 2003, with 73.1% of the vote. He is a member of the State Council, and in 2001 was the inaugural recipient of the Russian National Olymp "Governor of the Year" award.[1]

Honours and awards

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Yaroslavl Governor Anatoly Lisitsyn