Tikhonov's Second Government

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The former government of Nikolai Tikhonov was dissolved following the Soviet legislative election of 1984 which gave a clear majority in favour of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Tikhonov's government was dissolved in 1985 when Mikhail Gorbachev replaced him with Nikolai Ryzhkov as Premier.

Ministries[edit]

Ministry Minister Period
Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikolai Tikhonov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Heydar Aliyev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ivan Arkhipov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Andrei Gromyko 11 April 1984 – 2 July 1985
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikolai Baibakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Venyamin Dymshits 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Nikolai Talyzin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Leonid Kostandov 11 April 1984 – 5 September 1985
Yakov Ryabov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Juri Marchuk 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Nikolai Martynov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Aleksei Antonov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ziya Nurijev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Leonid Smirnov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ivan Bodyul 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Boris Shcherbina 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agriculture Construction Viktor Danilenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agricultural Products Procurement Grigori Zolotukhin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agriculture Valentin Mesyats 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Aviation Industry Ivan Silayev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Assembling and Special Construction Boris Bakin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Automobile Industry Viktor Poljakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Building Material Industry Aleksei Jasin 11 April 1984 – 15 July 1985
Sergei Voyenushkin 15 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Chemical Industry Vladimir Listov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Civil Aviation Boris Bugajev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Coal Industry Boris Bratshenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Communications Vasily Shamshin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction Georgi Karavajev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction the Far East and Transbaikal Region Aleksandr Babenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Constructuction of Heavy Industry Nikolai Goldin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Oil and Gas Industry Boris Shcherbina 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Petrochemical Machinery Konstantin Brekhov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Power Plants Vladimir Velichko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction, Road Building and Communal Machines Vitali Chudin 11 April 1984 – 2 August 1985
Jevgeni Varnachev 2 August – 27 September 1985
Minister of Culture Pyotr Demichev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Defence Dmitriy Ustinov 11 April 1984 – 22 December 1984
Sergei Sokolov 22 December 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Defence Industry Pavel Finogenov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Education Mikhail Prokofjev 11 April – 21 December 1984
Sergei Shcherbakov 21 December 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Electrical Engineering Anatoli Mayorets 11 April 1984 – 8 May 1985
Gennady Voronovski 8 May – 27 September 1985
Minister of Power and Electrification Pyotr Neporozhny 11 April 1984 – 23 March 1985
Anatoli Mayorets 23 March – 27 September 1985
Minister of Electronic Industry Aleksandr Shokin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Finance Vasily Garbuzov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Fish Industry Vladimir Kamentsev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Food Industry Voldemar Lein 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Fruits and Vegetables Nikolai Koslov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Gromyko 11 April 1984 – 7 July 1985
Eduard Shevarnadze 7 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Foreign Trade Nikolai Patolitshev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Gas Industry Sabit Orudzhev 11 April 1984 – 13 February 1985
Viktor Tshernomyrdin 13 February – 27 September 1985
Minister of Geology Jevgeni Kozlovski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Health Sergei Burenkov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Heavy and Transport Construction Sergei Afanasjev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Higher Education Vjatsheslav Yeljutin 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Gennady Yogadin 16 July – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Industrial Construction Juri Solovjev 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Arkadi Shchepetilnikov 16 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Instrument-Making, Automation and Control Systems Mikhail Shkabardnya 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Internal Affairs Vitali Fedorchuk 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Iron and Steel Industry Ivan Kazanetz 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Serafim Kolpakov 16 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Justice Boris Kravtsov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Land Reclamation and Water Conservancy Nikolai Vasiljev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Light Industry Nikolai Tarasov 11 April 1984 – 6 July 1985
Vladimir Klyuyev 6 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machine Building Vjatsheslav Bakhirov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machine Building for Light and Food Industries Ivan Pudkov 11 April 1984 – 19 May 1984
Lev Vasiljev 19 May 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machinery for Stock Raising and Feeding Konstantin Beljak 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of General Machine Building Oleg Baklamov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Manufacture of Communication Media Erien Pervyshin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Meat and Dairy Industry Jevgeni Sizenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Medical Industry Afanasi Melnitshenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Medium Machine Building Yefim Slavski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Merchant Marine Timofei Guzenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Mineral Fertilizer Production Aleksei Petrishchev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Pyotr Lomako 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Oil Industry Nikolai Maltsev 11 April 1984 – 13 February 1985
Vasili Dinkov 13 February – 27 September 1985
Minister of Oil Processing and Petrochemical Industry Viktor Fjodorov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Radio Industry Pyotr Pleshakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Railways Nikolai Konarjev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Shipbuilding Igor Belousov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Timber and Wood Processing Industry Mikhail Busygin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Tractors and Agricultural Machines Aleksandr Yezhevski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Trade, Home Grigori Vashchenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Transport Construction Ivan Sosnov 11 April 1984 – 8 May 1985
Vladimir Brezhnev 8 May – 27 September 1985

Committees[edit]

Committee Chairman Period
Chief Administrator of the Council of Ministers Mikhail Smirtyukov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of the People's Control Commission Aleksei Shkolnikov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of the State Planning Committee Nikolai Baibakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of State Committee for State Security (KGB) Viktor Chebrikov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985

References[edit]

General
Specific
Government offices
Preceded by
Tikhonov I
Governments of the Soviet Union
11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Succeeded by
Ryzhkov I