Vitaly Milonov - a native of St. Petersburg (or rather, the then city was called Leningrad).He was born in January 1974, he entered politics in the 90s, when he was still a young man.From 1997 to 1998 he was an assistant to then-known political and public figures - GVStarovoitova.After her murder, committed by members of the official version of the Tambov criminal group and the motives of which are still not completely elucidated, VVMilon was the assistant deputy VATyulpanov, deputy of the Green Valley of the municipality, the head of the municipality Krasnenkoe River.In 2006 he graduated from the North-West Academy of Public Administration, and the following year he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg.Two years later he was appo
inted chairman of the Committee on Legislation.

In 2011 VVMilon again became a deputy of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg.It should be noted that his election campaign has been very controversial, with many complaints of vote buying and falsification of voting results.

with the name VVMilonova linked to a number of speeches, initiatives and bills, many of which can only be described as questionable and even scandalous.If so his initiative as a ban on smoking hookahs in public places, can be considered understandable and useful to human health, the performance against awarding the title of honorary citizen of St. Petersburg famous director Alexander Sokurov, and even more so against the teaching of Darwinian theory in schools,They have come under fire.The same reaction led proposal VVMilonova create a moral police in the city, composed of Cossacks and faithful.

But the most famous "child" deputy Milonova - the law banning promotion of homosexuality among minors.According to him, such promotion will be considered an administrative offense and is punishable by a fine.It was adopted by the legislative assembly of St. Petersburg despite the loud propaganda campaign waged by supporters of same-sex love in Russia and their supporters abroad, including the very well-known political figures and creative personalities.It is this law called the enthusiastic approval of the majority of Russians and fierce rejection of those who saw it as homophobia and return to totalitarianism.