On the day of his coming to office of governor of Chelyabinsk Region Boris Dubrovsky signed resolutions on the first personnel appointments.
All deputy governments and entire government resigned previously, on September 24, before coming of the head of the region to his office.
Yevgeny Redin, 45, Nikolai Sandakov, 37, and Ruslan Gattarov, 37, were the first to be appointed on the posts of deputy governors occupied by them. So far, there is no information if their duties will remain the same or if they will be revised because of the planned change of the structure of executive power.
Yevgeny Redin was born on June 15 of 1969 in Magnitogorsk. Like Boris Dubrovsky, Redin graduated from the Magnitogorsk Mining Metallurgical Institute named after G. Nosov with specialty "processing of metals by pressure." Redin also graduated from the Moscow Financial Academy under the government of the Russian Federation with specialty "finance and credit," he passed additional training in the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration in "Management" area and learned efficiency management in Stockholm School of Economics Russia.
Like Dubrovsky, Redin started his labor activity at the Magnitogorsk metal works where he passed a path from engineer to director. Between 2006 and 2010, he worked in state service (he was speaker of the legislative assembly). Redin worked as deputy governor since January of 2009 until July of 2010: two-thirds of this term in the team of Governor Petr Sumin and afterwards under supervision of head of the region Mikhail Yurevich. He was curator of the entire social sector then.
Since November of 2010 until November of 2014, he was director for development of business and management of efficiency of MMK.
On January 20 of 2014, he was appointed as deputy governor of Chelyabinsk Region again.
Nikolai Sandakov came from Astrakhan Region. He was born on November 1 of 1977 in Kamyzyak. In 2001, he graduated from the Astrakhan State Pedagogical University with specialty "Law."
He started his labor path in 1994 as apprentice of a turnover of the mechanical workshop of the Novozybkov machine tool plant.
Sandakov worked in Experimental Specialized Enterprises (OESP) of the Interior Ministry, afterwards as senior deputy head of the administration of Kamyzyak District of Astrakhan Region, as deputy agriculture minister of the region and since November of 2008 until November of 2009 as deputy head of the administration of the Governor of Astrakhan Region.
In 2010, he became senior aide to Governor of Chelyabinsk Region (Mikhail Yurevich). In February of 2013, he became deputy governor. In January of 2014, he was re-appointed on this post (after appointment of Boris Dubrovsky as acting governor). On September 24, he retained the right for this post (on the day of coming of Dubrovsky to the office of the governor and resignation of the regional government).
Ruslan Gattarov was born on January 9 of 1977 in Bolshoy Kuyash village of Kunashak District of Chelyabinsk Region.
He graduated from the automotive and tractor department of the South Urals State University (YurGU). He is candidate of biological sciences.
He worked as docent of the chair "Theories and methods of physical training and sport" in his university and afterwards as director of the sport club of the institute.
In 2005, Gattarov became the head of the regional staff of Young Guard of One Russia. In December of the same year, he was elected as member of the legislative assembly of the region. In June of 2008, he was chosen as chair of Young Guard of One Russia. On November 20 of 2008, he was elected to the general council of One Russia party. In April of 2010, he became member of the central election staff of the presidium of the general council of the party.
In 2010, he became representative of the administration of Chelyabinsk Region in the Federation Council. In February of 2014, he was appointed as deputy governor of Chelyabinsk Region.