Irina Mutsuovna Khakamada (Russian: Ири́на Муцу́овна Хакама́да, IPA: [ɪˈrʲinə mʊˈtsuəvnə xəkɐˈmadə]; Japanese: イリーナ・ハカマダ; born April 13, 1955 in Moscow) is a Russian economist, political activist, journalist, publicist and politician who ran in the 2004 Russian presidential election. Candidate of Economic Sciences, writer, television and radio host. Former member (deputy) of the lower house (the State Duma) of the Russian parliament for three convocations (electoral terms, 1993–2003) and Vice-Chair of the house; co-chair of a political party Union of Right Forces (1999–2003), presidential candidate of the Russian Federation (2004), member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights (2012— 2018).

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  • Irina Mutsuovna Khakamada (Russian: Ири́на Муцу́овна Хакама́да, IPA: [ɪˈrʲinə mʊˈtsuəvnə xəkɐˈmadə]; Japanese: イリーナ・ハカマダ; born April 13, 1955 in Moscow) is a Russian economist, political activist, journalist, publicist and politician who ran in the 2004 Russian presidential election. Candidate of Economic Sciences, writer, television and radio host. Former member (deputy) of the lower house (the State Duma) of the Russian parliament for three convocations (electoral terms, 1993–2003) and Vice-Chair of the house; co-chair of a political party Union of Right Forces (1999–2003), presidential candidate of the Russian Federation (2004), member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights (2012— 2018). In 1995, Time was named her a 21st-century politician among 100 well-known women in the world. In 2002, she was a rapporteur from Russia at the 57th session of the UN General Assembly. In 2005, she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize among thousands of women of the planet. According to the results of the polls, she twice won the nomination “Woman of the Year”. (en)
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