First Secretary of the Bashkir Communist Party

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The First Secretary of the Bashkir regional branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was the position of highest authority in the Bashkir ASSR in the Russian SFSR of the Soviet Union. The position was created on November 18, 1919, and abolished in August 1991. The First Secretary was a de facto appointed position usually by the Politburo or the General Secretary himself.

List of First Secretaries of the Bashkir Communist Party[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Communist Party
Haris Yumagulov November 18, 1919 January 20, 1920 1891–1937
Ahmetkamal Kaspransky 1920 May 1920 1895–1937
Pyotr Vikman July 1920 May 1921 1890–1958
Ahmed Biyshev June 1921 November 1921 1896–1937
Shagit Hudaiberdin November 23, 1921 March 1922 1896–1924
Andrey Zhehanov April 1922 September 1922  ?–1924
Boris Nimvicky 1922 1923 1885–1969
Ruben Voskanov 1923 1924 1894–1938
Mikhail Razumov July 1924 1927 1894–1937
Eduard Yurevich 1927 February 1930 1888–1958
Yakov Bykin February 1930 October 6, 1937 1888–1938
Aleksandr Zalikin October 6, 1937 January 1939 1893–?
Grigory Rastegin January 1939 November 1939 1902–1971
Ivan Anoshin November 1939 January 1942 1904–1991
Semyon Zadionchenko January 1942 January 26, 1943 1898–1972
Semyon Ignatyev January 26, 1943 April 1946 1904–1983
Sabir Vagapov April 1946 December 1953 1904–1993
Semyon Ignatyev December 1953 June 14, 1957 1904–1983
Ziya Nuryev June 14, 1957 July 15, 1969 1915–
Midhat Shakirov July 15, 1969 June 23, 1987 1916–2004
Ravmer Habibulin June 23, 1987 February 10, 1990 1933–
Igor Gorbunov[a] February 10, 1990 August 1991 1941–

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Acting to April 27, 1990

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