At the first plenary meeting on September 24, parliament members approved the candidate recommended by One Russia. Fifty-one parliament members voted for this, three members voted against and there were no abstained persons.
The vacated mandate of Tsepkin will go to another candidate from One Russia party.
Chair of the Legislative Assembly Vladimir Myakush congratulated Oleg Tsepkin with the appointment, wished success, good luck and persistence in achievement of goals on the federal level to him. Myakush said, "I think you will do a lot of useful things for the region."
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Oleg Tsepkin (on the photo) – advisor to the General Director of Magnezit Group. He graduated from the Magnitogorsk Mining and Metallurgical Institute with specialty "Lifting and transport, construction, road construction machinery and equipment," Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and division of Stockholm School of Economics in St. Petersburg.
He started his career at MMK as foreman for repair of equipment for production of consumer goods. Between 1995 and 1997, he was technical director of Emal company.
He was the head of the department for analysis of activity of subsidiaries of MMK, head of the department for coordination of activity of the company and institutions, control and audit department, department of internal audit and control. In 2008, he was appointed as director for control and head of the department of internal audit and control. Since November of 2009, he was director of the control department of MMK. Since July of 2011, he was director for security of MMK. Since July of 2014, he was deputy director for resources of United Service Company. Since December of 2014, he was director for finance and economy of Belon. Since April of 2015, he was advisor to the general director of Magnezit Group.
He was decorated with honorable certificates of the Governor of Chelyabinsk Region and Ministry of Industry and Energy and silver medal of Peter the Great "For labor merit." He is married and brings up two children.

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