Founder and member of the Governors Board of anticorruption foundation Transparency Kazakhstan.
As of 2006 member of the Commission on Human Rights at the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Graduated from the Law Faculty of Tomsk State University. In 1980-s Mr. Voronov worked for 6 years as prosecuting detective in Russia and Kazakhstan and received award for winning contest among prosecution detectives in Kazakhstan in 1987.
In 1990 Mr. Voronov wins elections into 12th Convocation of the supreme legislative authority of Soviet Kazakhstan, Supreme Council, which created legislative fundament for transfer of independent Kazakhstan into the market economy. As one of the most effective Parliament members he was further elected as member of the Presidium of the Supreme Council. He actively participated in drafting and adoption of legislation including Declaration on Sovereignty of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Law On State Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, first laws on private property, privatization, concessions, land, mortgages and many other pieces of legislation that became basis for the economic growth of the new country.
Mr. Voronov was one of the main authors of many Codes, over 20 Laws and numerous legal enactments that were adopted during the first years of Kazakhstan's independence. In association with other Parliament members Mr. Voronov initiated establishment Human Rights Committee of the Supreme Council. He participated as delegate of the 49th United Nations Conference in New York.
In 1993-1994 Mr. Voronov was appointed Assistant to the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Author of «Non-linear Economics».