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Zhumabay Shayakhmetov

Zhumabay Shayakhmetovich Shayakhmetov, (Russian: Жумабай Шаяхметов), (30 August 1902 – 17 October 1966) was a Kazakh Soviet Communist political figure. From 1946 through 1954, he was First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Kazakh SSR.

He was born to a poor peasant family in a small village in Borisov County (okrug), which in 1924 was incorporated as one of the nine rural areas in the Sherbakulsky District of the Omsk Oblast. In 1915, he went to the two-year Kazakh-Russian school in what is now the Poltava Raion, graduating in 1917. He attended the Narimanov Institute in Moscow, but did not complete his first year. In 1919, he got a job as a school teacher in a rural school, but the school closed due to the civil war and he returned to his home.

From 1919 to 1926, Shayakhmetov was the secretary of the Turkoman Rural District executive committee of the Petropavl Okrug. From 1928 to 1938, he worked for the NKVD, first as Deputy Department Chief for the North Kazakhstan Oblast, then as the Deputy Department Chief for the Alma Ata Oblast.

From 1938 to 1946, Shayakhmetov worked his way up from Third Secretary to First Secretary of the Central Committee of the South Kazakhstan provincial committee of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, before he was removed from that post as well.

He served as Chairman of the Soviet of Nationalities (1950–1954).

Notes

  1. ^ Zardykhan, Zharmukhamed (2004) "Russians in Kazakhstan and demographic change: imperial legacy and the Kazakh way of nation building" Asian Ethnicity 5(1): pp. 61-79, p. 65

References

  • Иванов, Евгений (30 August 2008) "Его забыли по личному приказу Хрущева" (Ivanov, Eugene (30 August 2008) "Forgotten by the personal order of Khrushchev") biography of Zhumabay Shayakhmetov in Russian
  • )Internet Gazette (Интернет Гаӡета"Жумабай Шаяхметов - основатель казахской советской партийной номенклатуры" (Ghali, Azimbaev (15 May 2002) "Zhumabay Shayahmetov - the founder of the Kazakh Soviet party structure) in Russian
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