Putin has appointed a new Director of the Federal bailiff service
The service was headed by Deputy justice Minister Dmitry Aristov.
Moscow. March 20. INTERFAX.RU — the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has appointed Dmitry Aristov Director of the Federal bailiff service and chief bailiff of the Russian Federation, relieving him from his post, reported on Monday the press service of the Kremlin. Until recently, Aristov was appointed Deputy Minister of justice.
The position of the head of the FSSP was released after February 15, Putin appointed the former Director of service Arthur Parfenchikov acting head of Karelia is sent in the resignation of Governor Alexander Khudilainen. Since then duties of the head of the Federal bailiff service was temporarily promoted to first Deputy Director of the Federal bailiff service Sergei Sazanov.
Dmitry Aristov was born on 12 January 1972 in Solikamsk, Perm region. In 1989 he graduated from the Kiev Suvorov military school of the Ministry of defence.
He graduated from Yaroslavl higher military financial school named after army General khruleva, Military financial and economic University of the Ministry of defense, Moscow state Institute of international relations of the Ministry of foreign Affairs. From August 1989 to February 2008 he served in the armed forces.
From February 2008 to February 2009 — the head of Department of the main Directorate of the Prosecutor General. From February 2009 to June 2010 — the Deputy Director of Department of registration of the departmental normative legal acts, from June 2010 to August 2012 — the Director of Department of legal regulation, analysis and control in the sphere of execution of criminal sentences and judicial acts of the Ministry of justice.
A presidential decree of 31 August 2012 was appointed Deputy Minister of justice. Active state Advisor of the 1st class, Colonel. Honorary diploma of the President.