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Vladimir Petrovich Lukin (Russian: Влади́мир Петро́вич Луки́н, born 13 July 1937, Omsk) is Russian liberal political activist who served as Human Rights Commissioner of Russia
Russia
from February 2004 to March 2014. He is the President of the Russian Paralympic Committee.[1] Vladimir Lukin
Vladimir Lukin
was raised by his relatives, as his parents had been repressed by the Stalinist
Stalinist
regime soon after his birth. In 1990s, Lukin was one of the founders of the liberal-democratic Yabloko
Yabloko
Party (the letter L in "Yabloko" came from his name). He previously served as the deputy chairman of the Russian Duma, chair of the Duma's Foreign Affairs Committee and as Ombudsman. He is a director on the board of the Nuclear Threat Initiative
Nuclear Threat Initiative
(NTI), and is also a former Ambassador to the United States. He is considered a long-time specialist in U.S.-Soviet/Russian strategic arms control issues and is a member of Russia's Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, an independent association of national security experts. On 18 February 2009, at President Medvedev's recommendation, the Russian Duma voted him another five-year term as human rights commissioner. This term expired in March 2014, and Lukin was replaced by Ella Pamfilova. In 2014, Lukin was awarded the Paralympic Order.[2] References[edit]

^ About us - Management - Mr. Vladimir Lukin
Vladimir Lukin
Archived 2010-06-24 at the Wayback Machine., Russian Paralympic Committee ^ "The Paralympic Order". Paralympic Movement. Retrieved 1 October 2017. 

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Vladimir Lukin, Deputy Chairman of the Yabloko
Yabloko
Association

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 21009846 LCCN: n81102968 GND: 129465054 NKC: jx20081129002 BNE: XX1107694

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