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government and party official

Kuluypa KONDUCHALOVA, USSR Government and Party official. Kirghizia Minister of Foreign Affairs since 1953; Kirghizia Minister of Culture since 1959; member and Bureau member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Lithuania Kirghizia, since 1952. Order of Lenin; Order of Red Banner of Labor; Badge of Honor; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1941.

Background

KONDUCHALOVA, Kuluypa was born in 1920 in village KaraDzhigach, now Frunze Oblast, Kirghizia.

Education

1938 graduated Frunze Pedagogical School. 1945 graduated Higher Party School, Central Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks).

Career

Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1954 and 1958 convocation. Deputy, Kirghizia Supreme Soviet of 1947, 1951, 1955 and 1959 convocation. Deputy Chairman, Soviet of Nationalities, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1958 convocation.

1938-1940 Director of Studies, Kulanak Secondary School. 1940 Secretary, Tyan-Shan Oblast Committee, Kirghizia Communist Youth League. 1941-1943 Deputy Chairman, Executive Committee, Tyan-Shan Oblast Soviet of Workers’ Deputy, then lecturer, TyanShan Oblast Committee and Central Committee, Communist Party Kirghizia.

1945-1947 Deputy Head, Propaganda and Agitation Department, Frunze Oblast Committee, then Department Head, Central Committee, Communist Party Kirghizia. 1947^19 Secretary, Presidium, Kirghizia Supreme Soviet, then Secretary, DzhalalAbad Oblast Committee Kirghizia. 1949-1952 Deputy Chairman, Kirghizia Supreme Soviet.

1952-1953 Secretary, Central Committee, Communist Party Kirghizia. 1953-1959 Deputy Chairman. Kirghizia Council of Ministers.

Religion

Religion in its origin doesn't give equal treatment to women and thus offends basic human rights.

Politics

Member, Communist Party, since 1941.

Views

The Communist Party of the Soviet Union is the leading and guiding force of Soviet society, and the nucleus of its political system, of all state and public organizations.

Membership

Member, Communist Party, since 1941.