Biography Vyacheslav Kebich

Company (June 10, 1936 in the village of Kanyushavshchyna Novogrudskii province, now, Minsk region)

He graduated from the Belorussian Polytechnic Institute, a mechanical engineer (1958), Minsk Police College (1984). Engineer, section chief, department, deputy chief engineer of the Minsk factory of automatic transfer lines. Since 1973, engineer, director of the Minsk Machine-Tool Plant named after Kirov from 1978 CEO Minsk Production Association named after Kirov producing long-drawn-cutting machine tools. Second Secretary of the Minsk City Committee, Provincial Committee of the PBC, head of the Central Committee of the PBC Industry (1980-1985). Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Chairman of the State Planning Committee of the Byelorussian SSR (1985-1990). Chairman of the Council of Ministers The Republic of Belarus (1990-1994).

In this role, proved to be an inconsistent supporter of market reforms: a one side, Kebich it has the most progressive government regulations that contributed to the market structure, with On the other hand, his active measures aimed at creating the Russia-Belarus Union, led to a real deceleration of market processes. As chief executive of Belarus signed an agreement Bialowieza, which determined the collapse of the USSR and the creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Was nominated as a presidential candidate in Belarus (1994), came out in the second round, but lost, and was forced to resign. None of the nominated against him A. Lukashenko corruption allegations have not been proven.

Since 1994 president of the Belarusian trade and fiscal union. Candidate of Economic Sciences (Minsk, 1990). Thesis: "The structure and functions of government management of the economy of the Republic of the Union in the development of its economic independence."

People's deputy of the USSR (1989-1991), MP Supreme Council Belarus (1990, 1995-1996), the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus (since 1996). Member of the Central Committee of the PBC (1986-1991), member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party (1990-1991). Honored Engineer of Belarus (1978). Laureate of the State Prize of Belarus (1992). Married with two sons.

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