Gorno–Altai Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

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The Gorno–Altai Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, commonly referred to as the Gorno–Altai CPSU obkom, was the position of highest authority in the Oyrot AO (1922–1948), Gorno-Altai AO (1948–1990), Gorno-Altai ASSR (1990–1991) and the Gorno-Altai SSR (1990–1991) in the Russian SFSR of the Soviet Union. The position was created on June 1, 1922, and abolished on August 23, 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 Gorno–Altai Communist Party[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Oblast Committee of the Communist Party
Leonid Paparde June 1, 1922 August 1922 1893–1938
Pyotr Gordienko August 1922 September 1924 1891–1938
Leonid Paparde September 1924 September 1928 1893–1938
Anisim Nelyubin September 1928 March 17, 1930 1897–?
F.V. Istomin March 17, 1930 June 1930 1899–?
Pyotr Gordienko June 1930 November 1932 1891–1938
Pavel Khabarov December 1932 June 22, 1936 1904–1937
Mark Novakovsky June 22, 1936 March 28, 1937 1894–1978
Samuil Yufit March 28, 1937 February 12, 1938 1902–?
Fyodor Antonov February 12, 1938 November 19, 1943 1899–?
Ivan Pechenov November 19, 1943 November 29, 1946 1899–?
Aleksandr Sapego November 29, 1946 February 29, 1948
Chet Kydrashev February 29, 1948 October 2, 1949 1914–1997
Ivan Kolomin October 2, 1949 March 9, 1950 1912–1950
Nikolay Soroka March 1950 March 1955 1909–
Nikolay Kiselyov March 1955 January 1960 1922–1976
Roman Dorohov January 1960 May 5, 1964 1915–1964
Nikolay Lazebny May 1964 October 1978 1919–1991
Yury Znamensky October 1978 May 21, 1988 1929–2006
Dmitry Nartov May 21, 1988 October 6, 1988 1939–1988
Vladimir Gusev November 5, 1988 March 9, 1990 1938–
Valery Chaptynov April 28, 1990 August 23, 1991 1945–1997

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  • [1] World Statesmen.org