Юрий Лужков: 18 лет при власти

28 Сентября 2010, 13:09

Юрий Лужков стал мэром Москвы 6 июня 1992 года. 28 сентября 2010 года президент России Дмитрий Медведев подписал указ о его отставке. Фото ИТАР-ТАСС, AFP

Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov speaks at a conference organized by the United Nation's children's fund (UNICEF) in Moscow on September 27, 2010. Luzhkov said on September 27 he had no plans to resign. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov (L) takes part in a conference with Mehriban Aliyeva, wife of the Azerbaijani President organised by the United Nations Children's fund, UNICEF, in Moscow on September 27, 2010. Luzhkov said today he had no plans to resign, the Interfax news agency quoted Luzhkov as saying at the UNICEF conference in Moscow. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov attends a conference organized by the United Nation's children's fund (UNICEF) in Moscow on September 27, 2010. Luzhkov said on September 27 he had no plans to resign. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on September 7, 2008 shows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and Moscow's Mayor Yury Luzhkov visiting a new subway station in Moscow. Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / DMITRY ASTAKHOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on September 7, 2008 shows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) and Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov (L) visiting a new subway station in Moscow. Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." Man at right is an unidentified advisor. AFP PHOTO/ DMITRY ASTAKHOV
(FILES) A picture taken on September 2, 2000 shows the Mayor of Moscow Yuri Luzhkov in front of the City Hall, with the statue of Yuri Dolgoruky, the founder of Moscow, in the background. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Moscow's strongman mayor Yury Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on September 7, 2008 shows the Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov (R) talking with Russian President Dmirty Medvedev. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Moscow's strongman mayor Yury Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on December 17, 2003 shows then-Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) talking with Moscow's Mayor Yury Luzhkov during his investiture ceremony in Moscow after the latter was re-elected on December 7, 2003. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / YURI KOCHETKOV
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov attends a conference organized by the UN children's fund (UNICEF) in Moscow on September 27, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on September 5, 2009 shows the Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov (R) talking with Russian President Dmirty Medvedev. On September 28, 2010, Medvedev fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov gestures at a conference organized by the UN children's fund (UNICEF) in Moscow on September 27, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A file photo taken on September 7, 2008 shows Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov at a ceremony in the Russian capital. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A file picture taken on May 27, 2010 shows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) listening to Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov (L) while visiting a water treatment facility outside Moscow. Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / YURI KADOBNOV
(FILES) A file picture taken on September 7, 2008 shows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (L) speaking with Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov during the celebration of City Day in Moscow. Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov attends a conference organized by the UN children's fund (UNICEF) in Moscow on September 27, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
(FILES) A picture taken on September 21, 2006 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) presenting flowers to Yelena Baturina (R), the wife of Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov (C), at an event marking the latter's 70th birthday in Moscow. President Dmitry Medvedev on September 28, 2010 fired Luzhkov, ending a controversial 18 year rule that saw the Russian capital boom but also attracted bitter criticism. A decree, published on the Kremlin website, ordered Luzhkov, 74, to be "dismissed from the position of Moscow mayor because he has lost the confidence of the Russian president." AFP PHOTO / ITAR-TASS POOL / PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE

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