Tikhonov's Second Government

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The former government of Nikolai Tikhonov was dissolved following the Soviet legislative election of 1984 which gave a clear majority in favour of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Tikhonov's government was dissolved in 1985 when Mikhail Gorbachev replaced him with Nikolai Ryzhkov as Premier.

Ministries

Ministry Minister Period
Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikolai Tikhonov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Heydar Aliyev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ivan Arkhipov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Andrei Gromyko 11 April 1984 – 2 July 1985
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikolai Baibakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Venyamin Dymshits 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Nikolai Talyzin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Leonid Kostandov 11 April 1984 – 5 September 1985
Yakov Ryabov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Juri Marchuk 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Nikolai Martynov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Aleksei Antonov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ziya Nurijev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Leonid Smirnov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ivan Bodyul 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Boris Shcherbina 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agriculture Construction Viktor Danilenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agricultural Products Procurement Grigori Zolotukhin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Agriculture Valentin Mesyats 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Aviation Industry Ivan Silayev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Assembling and Special Construction Boris Bakin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Automobile Industry Viktor Poljakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Building Material Industry Aleksei Jasin 11 April 1984 – 15 July 1985
Sergei Voyenushkin 15 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Chemical Industry Vladimir Listov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Civil Aviation Boris Bugajev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Coal Industry Boris Bratshenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Communications Vasily Shamshin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction Georgi Karavajev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction the Far East and Transbaikal Region Aleksandr Babenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Constructuction of Heavy Industry Nikolai Goldin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Oil and Gas Industry Boris Shcherbina 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Petrochemical Machinery Konstantin Brekhov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction of Power Plants Vladimir Velichko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Construction, Road Building and Communal Machines Vitali Chudin 11 April 1984 – 2 August 1985
Jevgeni Varnachev 2 August – 27 September 1985
Minister of Culture Pyotr Demichev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Defence Dmitriy Ustinov 11 April 1984 – 22 December 1984
Sergei Sokolov 22 December 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Defence Industry Pavel Finogenov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Education Mikhail Prokofjev 11 April – 21 December 1984
Sergei Shcherbakov 21 December 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Electrical Engineering Anatoli Mayorets 11 April 1984 – 8 May 1985
Gennady Voronovski 8 May – 27 September 1985
Minister of Power and Electrification Pyotr Neporozhny 11 April 1984 – 23 March 1985
Anatoli Mayorets 23 March – 27 September 1985
Minister of Electronic Industry Aleksandr Shokin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Finance Vasily Garbuzov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Fish Industry Vladimir Kamentsev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Food Industry Voldemar Lein 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Fruits and Vegetables Nikolai Koslov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Gromyko 11 April 1984 – 7 July 1985
Eduard Shevardnadze 7 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Foreign Trade Nikolai Patolitshev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Gas Industry Sabit Orudzhev 11 April 1984 – 13 February 1985
Viktor Tshernomyrdin 13 February – 27 September 1985
Minister of Geology Jevgeni Kozlovski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Health Sergei Burenkov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Heavy and Transport Construction Sergei Afanasjev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Higher Education Vjatsheslav Yeljutin 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Gennady Yogadin 16 July – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Industrial Construction Juri Solovjev 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Arkadi Shchepetilnikov 16 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Instrument-Making, Automation and Control Systems Mikhail Shkabardnya 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Internal Affairs Vitali Fedorchuk 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Iron and Steel Industry Ivan Kazanetz 11 April 1984 – 16 July 1985
Serafim Kolpakov 16 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Justice Boris Kravtsov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Land Reclamation and Water Conservancy Nikolai Vasiljev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Light Industry Nikolai Tarasov 11 April 1984 – 6 July 1985
Vladimir Klyuyev 6 July – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machine Building Vjatsheslav Bakhirov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machine Building for Light and Food Industries Ivan Pudkov 11 April 1984 – 19 May 1984
Lev Vasiljev 19 May 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Machinery for Stock Raising and Feeding Konstantin Beljak 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of General Machine Building Oleg Baklamov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Manufacture of Communication Media Erien Pervyshin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Meat and Dairy Industry Jevgeni Sizenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Medical Industry Afanasi Melnitshenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Medium Machine Building Yefim Slavski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Merchant Marine Timofei Guzenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Mineral Fertilizer Production Aleksei Petrishchev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Pyotr Lomako 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Oil Industry Nikolai Maltsev 11 April 1984 – 13 February 1985
Vasili Dinkov 13 February – 27 September 1985
Minister of Oil Processing and Petrochemical Industry Viktor Fjodorov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Radio Industry Pyotr Pleshakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Railways Nikolai Konarjev 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Shipbuilding Igor Belousov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Ministry of Timber and Wood Processing Industry Mikhail Busygin 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Tractors and Agricultural Machines Aleksandr Yezhevski 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Trade, Home Grigori Vashchenko 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Minister of Transport Construction Ivan Sosnov 11 April 1984 – 8 May 1985
Vladimir Brezhnev 8 May – 27 September 1985

Committees

Committee Chairman Period
Chief Administrator of the Council of Ministers Mikhail Smirtyukov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of the People's Control Commission Aleksei Shkolnikov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of the State Planning Committee Nikolai Baibakov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Chairman of State Committee for State Security (KGB) Viktor Chebrikov 11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985

References

General
  • Government of the Soviet Union > List
    • "Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1964–1991)". elisa.net. Archived from the original on July 16, 2011. Retrieved September 12, 2010. 
Specific
Government offices
Preceded by
Tikhonov I
Governments of the Soviet Union
11 April 1984 – 27 September 1985
Succeeded by
Ryzhkov I
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