Komsomol of Ukraine

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Lenin's Communist Society of Youth of Ukraine
Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни (ЛКСМУ)
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Abbreviation LCSYU
Motto For the rights of youth, public rule, socialism!
Formation 26 June 1919 (1919-06-26)
Type youth organization
Official language
Russian, Ukrainian
Leader Mykhailo Kononovych
Parent organization
Communist Party of Ukraine
Affiliations Molod Ukrayiny (1991)
Website http://komsomolua.org/

Komsomol of Ukraine, officially Lenin's Communist Society of Youth of Ukraine, (Ukrainian: Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни) is a revived All-Ukrainian youth organization that was reestablished in 1997 as a youth wing of the Communist Party of Ukraine.

History[edit]

The Komsomol in Ukraine was established on June 26, 1919. In the Soviet Union such organization existed in 1919 - 1991. It was dissolved after the Communist Party of Ukraine was prohibited in Ukraine. Was revived in 1997.

In 2011 with the support from the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science, Komsomol initiated a process on revival of the Pioneer Organization of Ukraine. The base of such organization will be a reformed ideology of Children Communist.

Leaders of Komsomol[edit]

# Years Name Notes
2 1922-1922 Samuil Ignat
3 1922-1923 Vasyl Vasyutin
1 1923-1923 David Gurevich
4 1923-1925 Dmitriy Pavlov
5 1925-1927 Semyon Vysochinyenko
6 1927-1928 Aleksandr Milchakov
7 1928-1930 Ivan Korsunov
8 1930-1933 Aleksandr Boichenko
9 1933-1937 Sergei Andryeyev
10 1937-1938 Stepan Usyenko
11 1938-1943 Yakov Khomyenko
12 1943-1947 Vasyl Kostyenko
13 1947-1950 Vladimir Syemichasny
14 1950-1954 Georgiy Shevel
15 1954-1960 Vasyl Drozdyenko
16 1960-1968 Yuriy Yelchenko
17 1968-1972 Aleksandr Kapto
18 1972-1975 Andrei Giryenko
19 1975-1983 Anatoliy Korniyenko
20 1983-1986 Viktor Mironyenko
21 1986-1989 Valeriy Tsybukh
22 1989-1991 Anatoliy Matviyenko
# Years Name Notes
1 1997-????  ?
2 2014-present Mykhailo Kononovych

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