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14th Politburo and the 14th Secretariat of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)

 

14th Politburo and the 14th Secretariat of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)

The 14th Politburo and the 14th Secretariat of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) were elected by the 14th Central Committee in the aftermath of the 14th Congress.

14th Politburo

14th Secretariat

Full members

Name
(birth–death)
Took office Left office Duration Note
Evdokimov, GrigoryGrigory Evdokimov
(1884–1936)
1 January 1926 9 September 1926 250 days Relieved of his duties at the 2nd Plenary Session.
Kosior, StanislavStanislav Kosior
(1889–1939)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Molotov, VyacheslavVyacheslav Molotov
(1890–1986)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Uglanov, NikolaiNikolai Uglanov
(1886–1937)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Stalin, JosephJoseph Stalin
(1878–1953)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days Elected General Secretary at the 1st Plenary Session.

Candidate members

Name
(birth–death)
Took office Left office Duration Note
Artyukhina, AleksandraAleksandra Artyukhina
(1889–1969)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Bubnov, AndreiAndrei Bubnov
(1883–1938)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Kubiak, NikolaiNikolai Kubiak
(1881–1937)
1 January 1926 19 December 1927 1 year, 351 days
Shvernik, NikolayNikolay Shvernik
(1888–1970)
1 January 1926 17 February 1927 1 year, 46 days Relieved of his duties at the 3rd Plenary Session.

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