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Aleksey Aleksandrovich MYURISEP

Aleksey MYURISEP, USSR Government and Party official. Chairman, Presidium, Estonia Supreme Soviet, since 1961; member since 1948 and Bureau member since 1954, Central Committee, Communist Party Estonia; candidate member of the Central Committee, Communist Party of the Soviet Union, since 1952. Order of Lenin; Order of Red Banner of Labor; Order of Red Star; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1926.

Background

  • MYURISEP, Aleksey was born in 1902 in Revel, now Tallinn.

  • Education

    • 1937 graduated Tomsk Institute of Rail Transport Engineering.

    Career

    • 1955 member, Soviet delegation at Conference of Eastern Bloc Countries, Warsaw. Member, USSR Supreme Soviet delegation to Hungary. Deputy, Estonia Supreme Soviet of 1947, 1951, 1955 and 1959 convocation.

      Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 and 1958 convocation. Member, Credentials Commission, Soviet of Nationalities, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 convocation. Since 1908 with parents in Siberian settlement.

      1917-1924 apprentice fitter, sailor, stoker and electrician on Yenisey steamship line. 1924-1926 in Red Army. 1926-1931 government and Trade-Union posts.

      1937-1941 engineer, Ordzhonikidze, Krasnoyarsk and Estonia Railroads. 1942-1945 worked for Central Committee, Communist Party Estonia, directing partisan diversionary activity in Estonia. 1945-1948 exec, posts, Central Committee, Communist Party Estonia.

      1948-1949 Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party Estonia. 1949-1951 Deputy Chairman, Estonia Soviet of Ministers. 1951-1961 Chairman, Estonia Soviet of Ministers.

      1955-1961 Estonia Minister of Foreign Affairs.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1926.

    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 1926.
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    Born 1902
    Nationality

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