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According to Putin's biographer Masha Gessen, "Putin and his colleagues were reduced mainly to collecting press clippings, thus contributing to the mountains of useless information produced by the KGB." After the collapse of the Communist East German government, Putin returned to Saint Petersburg, where in June 1991, he worked with the International Affairs section of Saint Petersburg State University, reporting to Vice-Rector Yuriy Molchanov.In May 1990, Putin was appointed as an advisor on international affairs to Mayor Sobchak.On 26 March 1997, President Boris Yeltsin appointed Putin deputy chief of Presidential Staff, which he remained until May 1998, and chief of the Main Control Directorate of the Presidential Property Management Department (until June 1998).His predecessor on this position was Alexei Kudrin and the successor was Nikolai Patrushev, both future prominent politicians and Putin's associates.On assuming this role, Putin went on a previously scheduled visit to Russian troops in Chechnya.This was most notably targeted at Mabetex bribery case in which Yeltsin's family members were involved.
He was re-elected President in 2004 with 72% of the vote.Under Putin's leadership, Russia has scored poorly in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index and experienced democratic backsliding according to both the Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index and Freedom House's Freedom in the World index. the youngest of three children of Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin (1911–1999) and Maria Ivanovna Putina (née Shelomova; 1911–1998).His birth was preceded by the death of two brothers, Viktor and Albert, born in the mid-1930s.Early in World War II, his father served in the destruction battalion of the NKVD. He wished to emulate the intelligence officers portrayed in Soviet cinema.After training, he worked in the Second Chief Directorate (counter-intelligence), before he was transferred to the First Chief Directorate, where he monitored foreigners and consular officials in Leningrad.
Albert died in infancy and Viktor died of diphtheria during the Siege of Leningrad in World War II.