First Secretary of the Chuvash Communist Party

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The First Secretary of the Chuvash regional branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was the position of highest authority in the Chuvash AO (1920–1925) and the Chuvash ASSR (1925–1991) in the Russian SFSR of the Soviet Union. The position was created on October 8, 1920, 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 Chuvash Communist Party[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Communist Party
Daniil Elmen October 8, 1920 February 25, 1921 1885–1932
Georgy Savandeyev March 1, 1921 October 19, 1921 1889–1949
Anton Lastochkin October 22, 1921 March 15, 1922 1892–1968
Gavriil Mikhaylov March 15, 1922 October 12, 1922 1895–1967
Daniil Elmen October 15, 1922 May 10, 1924 1885–1932
Mikhail Tomasov May 15, 1924 October 22, 1925 1896–1978
Vasily Alekseyev October 23, 1925 November 22, 1926 1893–1970
Sergey Petrov November 22, 1926 November 14, 1937 1889–1942
Gerasim Ivanov November 14, 1937 September 17, 1938 1905–1938
Aleksey Volkov[a] September 17, 1938 March 4, 1940 1890–1942
Ivan Charykov March 4, 1940 December 2, 1948 1902–1965
Timofey Akhazov December 2, 1948 November 14, 1955 1907–1979
Semyon Islyukov November 14, 1955 January 4, 1968 1915–1998
Nikolay Voronovsky January 4, 1968 November 28, 1973 1914–1973
Ilya Prokopyev January 14, 1974 October 25, 1988 1926–
Aleksandr Petrov October 25, 1988 June 2, 1990 1933–
Valentin Shurchanov June 2, 1990 August 1991 1947–

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Acting to October 1, 1938

See also[edit]

Source[edit]

  • [1] World Statesmen.org