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Magomed Daudov is a Russian politician who has served as the Speaker of the State Duma since 2021. He was born on 26 February 1980 in the village of Kirovaul, Dagestan, Russia. Daudov graduated from the Dagestan State University in 2002 with a degree in law. He then worked as a lawyer in the Dagestan Supreme Court from 2002 to 2004. In 2004, he was elected to the Dagestan State Duma, where he served until 2011. In 2011, Daudov was appointed as the Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan. He held this position until 2013, when he was elected to the State Duma. In 2021, he was elected as the Speaker of the State Duma. Daudov is married and has two children. He is a member of the United Russia party. His net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.
|43 years old
|26 February, 1980
|Shpakovskoye, Stavropol Krai, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
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Under his leadership Parliament adopted laws concerning elections of the Head of the Chechen Republic, Development of a Small and Medium Entrepreneurship, Education, social service, mortgage housing lending, public order and others. In October 2016 he implemented a ban on the selling of alcoholic drinks in the republic.
In 2016, Daudov supervised construction of the settlement Gush-Kert in Shatoysky District, which was destroyed by landslides. Since September, 2016, he has directed the republican operational headquarters seeking to decrease the vehicle crash and death rates.
On 16 and 17 January 2016, Daudov made posts on his Instagram account that contained insults and veiled threats against members of the Russian opposition, including journalists and right activists (Alexei Venediktov, I.A. Kalyapin, K.E. Merzlikin, A.A. Navalny, L.A. Ponomaryov, M.B. Khodorkovsky, V.I. Shenderovich and I.V. Yashin. Editor-in-chief of Echo of Moscow A.A. Venediktov said: "Magomed Daudov's statements addressing to opposition - is a serious threat and inadequate reaction to inconvenient issues of murder of Boris Nemtsov and a question to investigation and Chechen authorities".
In a 12 October 2016 Instagram post, Daudov again made veiled insults against I.A. Kalyapin, chairman of interregional public organization Committee Against Torture. Gregory Shvedov, editor-in-chief of Online newspaper Caucasian Knot submitted an application to the Investigative Committee of Russia, trying to bring Daudov's publication under corpus delicti under article 144, part 3 of the Criminal Code of Russia. The Investigative Committee of Russia investigated but chose not to open a criminal case against Daudov.
According to some journalists, on 6 October 2016, Daudov came to the Supreme Court of Chechnya accompanied by security, entered the office of acting Chairman T. A. Murdalov and began to beat him, demanding that he write the resignation letter for health reasons. Murdalov refused.
On 3 July 2015, after the death of D. B. Abdurakhmano, the Speaker of the Parliament, Daudov was presented by the regional department of United Russia as a candidate for Chairman of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic of the III Convention. He was elected by secret vote. On 4 October 2016, he was elected Chairman of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic of the IV convention.
In 2015, various articles discussed comments of Daudov concerning the legalization of polygamy. Daudov had stated his opinion with reference to a scandal concerning N. Guchigov's and H. L. Goylabiyeva wedding, which he attended. Daudov said that polygamy is practiced so it would be a good idea to settle such cases, preferably on the basis of Sharia, but emphasized that he would not take initiative to legalize polygamy.
In 2015, Novaya Gazeta reported that Chechen authorities were concerned about "true news" about the republic, claiming that bloggers writing about Chechnya in a manner viewed as "incorrect" by the authorities were illegally pressured and forced to apologise. Daudov was mentioned in this context.
In 2014, according to a Novaya Gazeta investigation, Daudov participated in the torture and beating of detained president of Assembly of the Caucasian people, R. Kutayev.
In December 2011, Daudov's position was changed to "The first Assistant of the Chairman of Government of the Chechen Republic — the Manager of Administration of the Head and the Government of the Chechen Republic", and on 21 May 2012 to "The Manager of Administration of the Head and the Government of the Chechen Republic". On 26 April 2012, Daudov became a member of the United Russia Party and a member of the Presidium of the Regional political Council of the Party. Later in 2012 he led the republican interdepartmental commission for control of observance of land legislation. In 2014, United Russia recognized his work as the best among Russian subjects.
In 2011, Daudov graduated from the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education MVD Administration Academy of Russia with a specialization in Jurisprudence.
Daudov plays football. On 11 May 2011 he played for the team "Caucasus" in a match against the national team "Stars of World Football" for the ceremony opening of Akhmat-Arena in Grozny. On October 7, 2015 he played for "Leader-63" in a friendly match against the national team legends of the Italian football, devoted to birthday of Russian President V.V. Putin. In 2004, Daudov became the vice-president of republican football club FC Akhmat Grozny), and in 2011 he became its president.
At the beginning of the First Chechen War, Daudov was 14. As with many other young Chechens, he was involved in armed conflicts with Russian troops. In an interview in 2010, Daudov stated his point of view about the reasons why Chechens were forced to participate in the war. One reason he called ”tough cleaning of federal troops” — the Russian military saw the potential enemy in any young local resident. Some sources report that until 2002 he was in the ranks of illegal armed formations while, others claim that in 2000 he joined the forces of the Russian Federation and served there until 2002.
On 10 March 2010, the Parliament of the Chechen Republic unanimously approved Daudov as First Deputy Chairman. In this position, he led commissions for issues in the republic including an interdepartmental commission on issues of Records and Registration of citizens in 2010. In November 2010, he led the reconstruction and development of Argun. In December 2011, Daudov led the special commission for organization of celebration of Ashura.
In 2010, Daudov was interviewed by TV reporter Pavel Sheremet. He said, "All of us are citizens of Russia and we want to live in a strong and peaceful state… We stand for the law, for strong and United Russia. Now we have more order and it is more peaceful in Chechnya than in many other Russian regions".
On 19 March 2009, Daudov was injured during a raid in Samashkinsky Street, Oktyabrsky District, Grozny.
On 3 August 2009, an attempt was made on Daudov's life. As his car left the village of Avtura, and an explosive detonated on the road. He was injured, but survived.
In April 2007, Daudov became the acting chief of the District Department of Internal Affairs (ROVD) in Shalinsky district and in September he officially became the chief. On 21 March 2007, Daudov organized liquidation of the brigade general in Gudermes, who commanded the Northeast front of Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.
On 13 October 2007, by order of the head of administration of the village Geldagan, Titov Street was renamed into the Street of Hero of Russia M.H. Daudov. In March, 2008 by Chechen Republic Presidential decree the secondary high school No. 1 of the village Geldagan, where Daudov studied, was named in his honor.
On 13 February 2006 he was involved in a special operation in Urus-Martan, where he killed the "emir of the village of Avtur," D. Abdurzakov. When Abdurzakov responded to the offer ”hand over” with automatic fire, Daudov reportedly broke into a house and killed the fighter. In September, 2006 he supervised and headed another special operation — the liquidation of the Muskiyev brothers. One brother, Isa, was considered to be a leader of armed separatist groups acting in the Argun, Shalinsky and Kurchaloyevsky districts.
In December 2006, Daudov was appointed deputy commander and chief of OMON staff of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He personally participated in many fighting actions. Under his leadership OMON eliminated 46 notable criminals, blocked out 84 people and seized firearms, improvised explosive devices, electric detonators, artillery shells and mortar mines.
Journalists have called Daudov the second-most influential person in the Chechen Republic after Kadyrov and often carries out "special orders" of the Head of the Chechen Republic. He is a police colonel and a member of the Presidium of the regional political council for the party United Russia. He was awarded the Order of Courage twice (2005, 2006), the Order of Kadyrov (2006), the rank of "Honorary Citizen of the Chechen Republic" (2007) and Hero of the Russian Federation (2007).
In June 2004, Daudov began to serve as commander of Troop Regiment № 2 of a special purpose unit at the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In February 2005, he became the commander of a battalion of the security guard and patrol service of police for the Department of Internal Affairs across the Shalinsky district. In November 2006, he became a special investigative agent in the fight against kidnapping and human trafficking. Daudov organized special operations against groups of separatists and bands.
Daudov killed the vice-premiere, S.E. Elmurzayev, who was responsible for the 9 May 2004 explosion in Grozny that killed Kadyrov, Chairman of the State Council of the Chechen Republic H. Isaev and four others. Daudov received operational information about Elmurzayev's location and organized an operation to eliminate him. On 4 April 2007, Elmurzayev was ambushed and killed by security officers in the village of Agishbatoy.
Daudov participated in both the First and Second Chechen Wars. During the latter, he switched sides to the side of the Russian government. He worked in the security service of Akhmad Kadyrov (2002-2004), commanded a police force battalion of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (2004-2005), was Chief of Staff for Republican OMON (2006-2007), and Chief of the Shalinsky District Department of Internal Affairs (2007-2010).
During one of his speeches, Kadyrov spoke of Daudov as a positive example of an improved fighter. In 2002-2004, Daudov served as commander of a platoon in Kadyrov's security service.
In 2001, Daudov married a fellow villager from Geldagen and former classmate, Aset Movlayevna. They have ten children, six boys and four girls.
In 1997 he left Secondary School № 1 in the village of Geldagan. Class teacher H.M. Abdurzakova recollects: "Magomed was intellectually inquisitive and gifted for his years as a boy. Despite his young age, he was very persistent and dedicated." From 1997 to 1999, he studied at the Gudermes Pedagogical Training School.
Magomed Hozhakhmedovich Daudov (Chechen: Дауди Хожахьмадан Мохьмад , also known as "Lord" born 26 February 1980) is a military and political figure of the Chechen Republic. He was put as the First Deputy Chairman of the Chechen Republic government from 2010 until 2012, manager of administration of the Head and Government of the Chechen Republic from 2011 until 2015, and was assigned as the Chairman of the Parliament in 2016.
Daudov was born on 26 February 1980 in the village Shpakovskoe, Stavropolsky Region to Hozhakhmed Abdulvakhabovich Daudov and Makka Uvaysovna Daudova. His father was from the village of Geldagan in Kurchaloyevsky District. Daudov was the family's first child. His brother Sheykhmagomed was born in 1981 and his sister Milana was born in 1985.