Communist Party of Khorezm

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Communist Party of Khorezm was a political party in Khiva/Khorezm.

In 1922, the party became affiliated to the Russian Communist Party (bolsheviks). During the spring of 1924, when proposals for reorganization of Soviet Central Asia were discussed the leadership of the Communist Party of Khorezm declined to take any firm position on the issue. Only in July the same year did the party formally approve of the plans to form Soviet republic on nationality-based boundaries. The official Soviet histography at the time claim that the Communist Party of Khorezm had been a nest of "bourgeois-and-nationalistic and Trotskyist elements, [who] hampered the forming of new Republics".[1] Later in 1924, the party was dissolved as the boundaries of Soviet Central Asia were redrawn.

First Secretaries of the Party[edit]

  • 4 Apr 1920 - 3 Jun 1920 Alimdzhan Akchurin
  • 4 Jun 1920 - 6 Mar 1921 Mulla Dzhumaniyaz Sultanmuradov
  • 29 May 1921 - 12 Nov 1921 Muhamedzhan Izetdinov
  • 12 Nov 1921 - 17 Dec 1921 Berdi Gadzhiev
  • 17 Dec 1921 - 22 Jul 1923 Gaifi Sharafutdinov
  • 22 Jul 1923 - 22 Sep 1923 Ishchan Masharipov (acting)
  • 22 Sep 1923 - 15 Jun 1924 Karimzhan Adinaev
  • 15 Jun 1924 - 27 Oct 1924 Isak Hansuvarov

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