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Tikhon Yakovlevich KISELEV

Tikhon KISELEV, USSR Government and Party official. Chairman, Belarusian Council of Ministers, since 1959; member since 1952 and Bureau member since 1956; Central Committee, Communist Party Belarusian; Member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, since 1961. Order of Lenin; Badge of Honor. Member, Communist Party, since 1940.

Background

  • KISELEV, Tikhon was born in 1907 in Ogorodnya, now Gomel Oblast.

  • Education

    • 1936 graduated Rechitsa Pedagogical School. Graduated Gomel Pedagogical Institute. Graduated Higher Party School, Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

    Career

    • 1955-1960 Bureau member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Lithuania, Belarusian. 1956 member, USSR Supreme Soviet delegation to Austria. 1957 member, Communist Party of the Soviet Union delegation 12th Congress of Communist Party Belgium.

      Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 and 1958 convocation and Belarusian Supreme Soviet of 1951, 1955 and 1959 convocation. Member, Economics Commission, Soviet of Nationalities, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 convocation. Deputy Chairman, Soviet of Nationalities, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1958 convocation.

      Voting delegation at 1956 and 1959 Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congresses. Member, Credentials Commission, 1959 Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congress. 1936-1941 teacher, Director of Studies, then Director, secondary school in Yelsk Rayon, Gomel Oblast.

      1941-1944 Director, secondary school in Stalingrad Oblast. 1944-1948 instructor, Gomel Oblast Committee Belarusian. Student at Higher Party School, Central Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks).

      Then Head, Lecture Group, Brest Oblast Committee Belarusian. 1948-1952 Head, Agitation and Propaganda Section, School Department, then Head,Department of Agitation and Propaganda, Central Committee, Communist Party, Belarusian. 1952-1955 First Secretary, Brest Oblast Committee Belarusian.

      1955-1956 Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party Belarusian. 1956-1959 Second Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party Belarusian.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1940.

    Religion

    Religion doesn't give equal treatment to women and therefore contradicts basic human rights.

    Views

    Communist Party of the Soviet Union is the guiding force of all socialist countries, and the nucleus of their political system.

    Membership

    Member, Communist Party, since 1940.
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    Nationality

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