Kiev City Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine

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The Kiev City Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, commonly referred to as the Kiev CPU gorkom, was the position of highest authority in the city of Kiev.

The position was created in 1921, and abolished in August 1991 although most authority was lost in June that year to the position of Mayor of Kiev, the First Secretary was a de facto appointed position usually by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine or the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Ukraine. The First Secretary exercised a large influence throughout the Soviet Union.

First Secretaries[edit]

Name Term of Office Life years
Start End
 ? 1921 193.
E.D. Aronsky 193. 1934
Nikita Alekseyev 1934 1935 1892–1937
 ? 1935 1937
Sergei Kudryavtsev January 1937 September 1937 1903–1938
Afanasiy Yegorov[a] 1938 1938
Nikita Khrushchev 1938 1941 1894–1971
Nazi German occupation (September 19, 1941 – November 6, 1943)
Nikita Khrushchev November 1943 March 22, 1947 1894–1971
Zynoviy Serdyuk March 22, 1947 February 1949 1903–1982
Oleksiy Hryza February 1949 1950 1907–1969
Mykhailo Synytsya 1950 1960 1913–1985
Vasyl Drozdenko June 1960 August 1962 1924–1982
Oleksandr Botvyn August 1962 January 1963 1918–1998
 ? 1963 December 1964
Oleksandr Botvyn December 1963 January 11, 1980 1918–1998
Yuriy Yelchenko January 11, 1980 April 28, 1987 1929–
Kostyantyn Masyk April 28, 1987 July 22, 1989 1936–
Anatoliy Korniyenko July 22, 1989 August 1991 1938–

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Acting

Sources[edit]

  • [1] World Statesmen.org