Panas Petrovych Lyubchenko (Ukrainian: Панас Петрович Любченко; 14 January 1897 – 30 August 1937) was a Ukrainian and Soviet politician, who served as the Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of Ukrainian SSR (today's equivalent of prime-minister) from 1934 to 1937.
Panas Lyubchenko, 1937, January
|3rd Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Ukrainian SSR|
28 April 1934 – 30 August 1937
|Preceded by||Vlas Chubar|
|Succeeded by||Mykhailo Bondarenko|
|Born||14 January 1897|
Kaharlyk, Kiev Governorate
|Died||30 August 1937 (aged 40)|
Moscow, Russian SFSR
|Political party||SR (Ukraine) (1917–1919)|
Ukrainian Communist Party (Borotbists) (1919–1920)
Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of Ukraine (1920–1937)
All-Union Communist Party (bolsheviks) (1920–1937)
|Alma mater||Kiev Military Nursing School|
Panas Lyubechenko was a member of the Ukrainian Central Council and the Central Committee elected by the 17th Congress of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks). He attended the Plenum of February 23, 1937.
In 1937, Lyubechenko shot his wife Maria Nikolaevna Krupenyk and then committed suicide after he was accused of treason by colluding with Ukrainian separatists who wished to detach Ukraine from the Soviet Union. Lyubechenko denied the allegations.
| Prime Minister of Ukraine (Ukrainian SSR)
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