- Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR
The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, led by a chairman, was the de jure leader office of the Russian SFSR between 1938 and 1990. He was elected by the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.
The office was created as a replacement for the office of Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the All-Russian Congress of Soviets.
Since the Russian SFSR enjoyed only limited autonomy within the Soviet Union until late into the perestroika period and since real executive power was in the hands of the Soviet Communist Party until 1990, the Supreme Soviet and the Chairman's office were mostly ceremonial. However, they became important in early 1990 when a newly elected Russian Congress of People's Deputies was split between Communist loyalists and their opponents. After days of parliamentary maneuvering, Boris Yeltsin was elected Chairman in May 1990. Soon thereafter, he resigned from the Communist Party and started building an independent power base within the Russian SFSR, which proved to be an important step on the way to the Soviet collapse in late 1991.
- Aleksey Badeyev (1938–1944)
- Nikolay Shvernik (1944–1946)
- Ivan Vlasov (1946–1950)
- Mikhail Tarasov (1950–1959)
- Nikolay Ignatov (1959)
- Nikolay Organov (1959–1962)
- Nikolay Ignatov (1962–1966)
- Mikhail Yasnov (1966–1985)
- Vladimir Orlov (1985–1988)
- Vitaly Vorotnikov (1988–1990)
- Boris Yeltsin (May 29, 1990 – July 10, 1991)
Note: In early 1991, the post of President of Russia was created and executive powers were transferred from the Supreme Soviet to the President. The responsibilities of the Supreme Soviet Chairman were limited to those of a parliamentary speaker. Boris Yeltsin won the first presidential election in June 1991 and, upon inauguration, resigned from the office of the Supreme Soviet Chairman. He was succeeded by:
- Ruslan Khasbulatov (October 29, 1991 – October 4, 1993), acting Chairman from July 10, 1991
After the dissolution of the Soviet Union on December 25, 1991, the Russian Supreme Soviet became the acting parliament of the Russian Federation with Khasbulatov as Chairman. It was dissolved during the Russian constitutional crisis of 1993. Supreme Soviet was succeeded by:
- Federal Assembly of Russia (1993 – present)
Heads of state of the Russian SFSR Heads of state Vice PresidentsRutskoy (1991) Acting heads of state
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