Piotr Borodin


Piotr Borodin
Piotr Borodin
First Secretary of the Moldavian Communist Party
In office
August 14, 1940 – February 11, 1942
Prime Minister Tihon Konstantinov
Preceded by Party formed
Succeeded by Nikita Salogor
First Secretary of the Communist Party in Moldavian ASSR
In office
June 1939 – August 14, 1940
Prime Minister Fedor Brovko
Preceded by Aleksei Melnikov
Succeeded by Moldavian ASSR annexed into Moldavian SSR
Personal details
Born June 6, 1905
Political party Communist Party of Moldova

Piotr Borodin (born June 6, 1905, date of death unknown) was a Moldavian SSR and Moldavian ASSR politician.

Biography

Piotr Borodin (Пётр Григорьевич Бородин) was born on June 6, 1905.

Piotr Borodin graduated from the Dnipropetrovsk Building Institute in 1930 and became a construction engineer. He completed his post-graduate studies in 1936, at the Dnipropetrovsk Building Institute.

In 1926, he became a member of the Russian Communist Party (Bolshevik). In the 1930s, he was a high ranking official in the Moldavian ASSR in Tiraspol; he was the second Secretary of the Communist Party in Moldavian ASSR (February - June 1939) and the First Secretary of the Communist Party in Moldavian ASSR (June 1939 - 14 August 1940).

Piotr Borodin was the First Secretary of the Moldavian Communist Party (August 14, 1940 - February 11, 1942). He was simultaneously a member of the CC of the Communist Party of Ukraine (17 may 1940 - 25 January 1949), a member of the central revisioning Commission of the Communist Party of the USSR and a member of the military Council of the Southern front of the Red Army.

References

  • *** - Enciclopedia sovietică moldovenească (Chişinău, 1970–1977)

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Political offices
Preceded by
Party formed
First Secretary of the Moldavian Communist Party
August 14, 1940 - February 11, 1942
Succeeded by
Nikita Salogor




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