Vladimir Torlopov


Vladimir Torlopov

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Torlopov ( _ru. Влади́мир Алексан́дрович Торлопов, _kv. Торлопов Ӧльӧксан Володь, "Torplopov Öl'öksan Volod' ") (born 1949) is the president of the Komi Republic in Russia. In December 2001 he won elections with 40% of the vote, defeating incumbent President Yury Spiridonov resulting in Spiridonov becoming one of few incumbent administrative division leaders in Russia to be defeated between the period 1991-2005 when these leaders were directly elected. Torlopov took office in January 2002.


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