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Vladimirs Buzajevs

Occupation  Latvian politician
Name  Vladimirs Buzajevs
Role  Latvian Politician

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Born  1951 (age 64) (1951)

Vladimirs Buzajevs or Vladimir Buzayev, (Russian: Влади́мир Ви́кторович Буза́ев), born October 8, 1951 in Zhukovka, Bryansk Oblast, Russian SFSR, is a Latvian politician and Member of the 8th and 9th Saeima For Human Rights in United Latvia. Member of Latvian Human Rights Committee since 1993 and its co-chairman since 2012, Candidate degree in hydrogeology.


1982 he has defended a Candidate thesis in hydrogeology.

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1989 — elected to Riga Council of People's Deputies (till 1994).

1993 — participation in foundation of Equal Rights party.

1994–2001 — co-chairman of Latvian Human Rights Committee.

1998–2001 — MP assistant.

2000 — Buzajevs becomes naturalized citizen of Latvia.

2001 — Buzajevs is elected to Riga City Council and becomes chairman of Equal Rights party (until 2007).

2002 — elected to 8th Saeima (Parliament) where he had become the most active speaker.

2006 — elected to 9th Saeima (serving until 2010).

2007 — published book "Non-citizens of Latvia" (in Russian), elected chairman of the Board of ForHRUL (until 2009).

2008 — Buzajevs represents the applicant before the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR in case Andrejeva v. Latvia, won in 2009.

2009 — co-authors the book "Modern European Ethnocracy: Violations of Rights of National minorities in Estonia and Latvia" (in Russian; ISBN 978-5-9990-0002-6).

2010 — publishes book "Как выживают русских".

2012 — elected co-chairman of LHRC.

2013 - publishes a book "Legal and social situation of the Russian-speaking minority in Latvia".


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