Valeriy Victorovich Igoshev is a Russian scientist. He is the lead researcher of the Department of Manuscripts of the State Research Institute of the Art Restorations in Moscow, his expertise is in the attribution of ancient liturgical books and Russian metal art from the 14th to 20th centuries. Igoshev works in the field of restoration and reconstruction of historical objects, church utensils and a temple decorations and is a metal art restorer. In 1990, Valeriy Igoshev graduated from one of the oldest Russian schools for the industrial and decorative art and design, the Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry as a specialist in the Metal Art, he earned a PhD in 1994 from MVHPU S. G. Stroganov, specialty: state code 17.00.05 - arts and architecture and became Doctor of Science in 2008: MGHPU S. G. Stroganov. Since 1978, he has been a researcher at the State Research Institute of the Art Restorations. Igoshev has taught and participated in the creation of training programs for art restorers in a number of education institutions: Suzdal Art Restorations School.
G. Stroganov, Russian Academy of Painting and the Architecture. Courses on the art of jewelry in the Research University School of Economics. Valeriy Igoshev's research areas are restoration and reconstruction of the ancient art, historical objects, church utensils and a temple decorations, he has participated in various research projects and scientific expeditions: "Metal Art of the 16th and 17th centuries. Novgorod the Great ". Igoshev has written over 200 articles about precious collections.
From 2016, the 25-member unicameral Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly is elected from five multi-member electorates, with five seats per electorate. Electorate boundaries for Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly elections have changed a number of times since the first ACT election in 1989. For the 1989 and 1992 elections, the ACT comprised one electorate, electing seventeen members to the Assembly. Prior to the 1995 ACT general election, three multi-member electorates were established and have remained in place, with boundary and redistribution changes made prior to the 2001 and 2008 ACT general elections. On 30 April 2002, the ACT Electoral Commission made a submission to the ACT Legislative Assembly's Standing Committee on Legal Affairs, which inquired into the appropriateness of the size of the Legislative Assembly for the ACT and options for changing the number of members and other related matters; the Electoral Commission recommended increasing "the size of the Legislative Assembly to three electorates each returning seven Members, giving a total of twenty-one Members".
The Assembly has not made any changes to either the number of electorates. This is a list of electorates for the 2016 ACT general election: Electing five members to the Assembly, Brindabella contains the town centre and all of the suburbs of Tuggeranong excluding Kambah, it includes all of the ACT, south of the Murrumbidgee River, thus making it the largest electorate by area. Electing five members to the Assembly, Ginninderra contains the town centre and all of the suburbs of Belconnen excluding Evatt, Kaleen, Lawson and McKellar, its southern boundary was the Molonglo River prior to the 2016 election. Electing five members to the Assembly, Kurrajong contains all the suburbs of Inner North Canberra, Inner South Canberra and Oaks Estate. Electing five members to the Assembly, Murrumbidgee contains all the suburbs of the Molonglo Valley, Weston Creek, Woden Valley and the Tuggeranong suburb of Kambah. Electing five members to the Assembly, Yerrabi contains all the suburbs of Gungahlin as well as the Belconnen suburbs of Evatt, Kaleen, Lawson and McKellar and the village of Hall.
These electorates no longer exist: Molonglo was an electorate of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, contested from the 1995 election to the 2012 election, it covered Inner North Canberra, Inner South Canberra, Weston Creek and most of the suburbs of Woden and Gungahlin. It was a 7-seat electorate. Electoral systems of the Australian states and territories Members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly Australian Capital Territory ministries