The game is over

Vladimir Medinsky, an author of the law on gambling in Russia and Member of the Committee for Economic Policy and Entrepreneurship

1970 - Born in Ukraine
1992 - Graduates, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
1992 - Founds corporation Ya Public Relations Company
1992 - Manages department of information policy, Ministry of Internal Revenue
1994 - PhD, Moscow State University of Foreign Relations
1994 - Professor, Moscow State University of Foreign Relations
1998 - Advisor to tax police director, Moscow
1999 - State Advisor, Tax Service, Moscow
1999 - Head, election headquarters, Fatherland – All Russia bloc
1999 - Head, Executive Committee, Moscow City Organization, United Russia Party
2003 - State Duma deputy, Moscow
2004 - Deputy Chairman, Central Executive Committee, United Russia Party
2006 - President, Russian Public Relations Association, Moscow

From July 1, all casinos and slot machine halls in Russia will close their doors. In their place will be four gambling zones across the country, but building work there has yet to start. How will the gambling business addicted to big easy money react? Will the implementation of the law go smoothly? To answer these questions, our guest today is Vladimir Medinsky, an author of the law on gambling in Russia and Member of the Committee for Economic Policy and Entrepreneurship.