First Secretary of the Komi Communist Party

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The First Secretary of the Komi regional branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was the position of highest authority in the Komi AO (1921–1936) and the Komi ASSR (1936–1991) in the Russian SFSR of the Soviet Union. The position was created in January 1921, 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 Komi Communist Party[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
First Secretaries of the Communist Party
Yakov Potapov January 1921 January 1922 1890–1942
Mikhail Minin January 1922 August 1922 1897–1938
Afanasy Chirkov September 1922 July 1924 1887–?
Dmitry Selivanov July 1924 June 1927 1887–1939
Grigory Kozlov June 1927 March 1929 1885–1975
Nikolay Lyustrov March 1929 March 1930 1891–1938
Nikolay Kolegov March 1930 August 1932 1897–1983
Aleksey Semichev December 1932 November 2, 1937 1893–1941
Pavel Murashev November 2, 1937 June 1938 1890–1942
Ivan Ryazanov July 1938 March 1940 1903–1942
Aleksey Taranenko March 1940 December 24, 1948 1900–1960
Georgy Osipov December 25, 1948 March 23, 1957 1906–1980
Aleksandr Dmitrin March 23, 1957 October 29, 1965 1914–2001
Ivan Morozov October 29, 1965 March 28, 1987 1924–1987
Vladimir Melnikov March 28, 1987 August 9, 1989 1935–2010
Yury Spiridonov August 9, 1989 June 1990 1938–2010
V.S. Osipov[a] June 1990 October 1990
Aleksey Batmanov October 1990 August 1991 1939–

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Acting

See also[edit]

Source[edit]

  • [1] World Statesmen.org