Putin extended the term of public service of Andrey Fursenko until 2023

Andrey Fursenko

President Vladimir Putin signed an order to extend the term of civil service for his assistant Andrey Fursenko. The document was published on the official portal of legal information.

The term of service of the Assistant to the President has been extended until July 17, 2023. On July 17, 2022, Andrey Fursenko will turn 73.

In March last year, Putin signed a law abolishing age restrictions for civil servants he appoints. Initially Art. 251 FZ “On the State Civil Service of the Russian Federation” assumed that the age limit for being in the civil service— 65 years old.

However, now the term of service of a civil servant replacing the position of the category “Leaders” the highest group of posts, can be extended up to the age of 70 years, and if necessary & mdash; and after reaching this age.

Putin last extended Fursenko's term last July. The current term of office of the former Minister of Education ends on July 17, 2022.

Andrey Fursenko was born in 1949 in Leningrad. From 2001 to 2003, he held various positions in the Ministry of Industry. In the last year of his work in the ministry, he served as interim minister.

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In 2004, Fursenko was appointed head of the Ministry of Education and Science. He worked in this position until 2012, after which he became an assistant to the President of Russia.

As Minister of Education, Fursenko reformed the system of admission to higher educational institutions. Under him, in 2009, Russian schoolchildren began to take the exam and the GIA, later reformatted into the OGE.


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