Silayev's Government

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The former government of Valentin Pavlov was dissolved following the failed August Coup against Mikhail Gorbachev and his supporters. Ivan Silayev took over the office of the Premier. The government was dissolved when Silayev, along with, Gorbachev officially resigned from their own respective posts on 26 December 1991 when the Soviet Union was formally dissolved.

Ministries[edit]

Ministry Minister Period
Prime Minister of the Economic Community Ivan Silayev 6 September – 25 December 1991
Deputy Premier Arkady Volsky 24 August – 14 November 1991
Yury Luzhkov 24 August – 14 November 1991
Grigory Yavlinsky 24 August – 2 October 1991
Gennady Kulik 18 November – 26 December 1991
Amangeldy Bektemisov 29 November – 26 December 1991
Minister of Finance Igor Lasarev 6 September – 25 December 1991
Minister of Economy Jevgeni Saburov 6 September – 25 December 1991
Minister of Trade, Home Aleksandr Khlystov 6 September – 25 December 1991
Minister of Foreign Economic Relations Valeri Mangasejev 6 September – 25 December 1991
Minister of External Relations Boris Pankin 6 September – 14 November 1991
Eduard Shevardnadze 19 November – 25 December 1991
Minister of Defence Yevgeny Shaposhnikov 6 September – 25 December 1991
Minister of Interior Viktor Barannikov 6 September – 19 December 1991
Minister of Culture Nikolai Gubenko 6 September – 25 December 1991

Committees[edit]

Committee Chairman Period
Chairman of State Committee for State Security (KGB) Vadim Bakatin 6 September – 25 December 1991

References[edit]

General
Specific
Government offices
Preceded by
Pavlov I
Governments of the Soviet Union
28 August 1991 – 25 December 1991
Succeeded by