Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic

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The Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR (Uzbek: Ўзбекистон ССР Олий Совети, romanized: Oʻzbekiston SSR Oliy Soveti; Russian: Верховный Совет Узбекской ССР, romanizedVerkhovnyy Sovet Uzbekskoy SSR) was the supreme soviet (main legislative institution) of the Uzbek SSR from 1938 to 1991. The Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was preceded by the All-Uzbek Congress of Soviets which operated from 1925 to 1938. After the independence of Uzbekistan in 1991, the Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was briefly succeeded by the Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan from 1991 to 1994.[2]

Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR

Ўзбекистон ССР Олий Совети (Uzbek)
Верховный Совет Узбекской ССР (Russian)
Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic Uzbek SSR (1938-1991)
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Established1938
Disbanded1991
Preceded byAll-Uzbek Congress of Soviets
Succeeded bySupreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Elections
Last election
1990
Meeting place
Tashkent sept 2002 (6218449796).jpg
Senate and Legislative Assembly Building, Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union

The 1990 Uzbek Supreme Soviet election was the first and final supreme soviet election which allowed for multiparty elections.

HistoryEdit

The Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was established pursuant to constitutional reforms within the Uzbek SSR, which changed the organization of main political organs of the republic. In theory, the Supreme Soviet was to be a legislative body that exercised power over the legislative branch of the Uzbek SSR. In reality, the Supreme Soviet's power was limited to approving decisions made by the Communist Party of Uzbekistan. When Uzbekistan achieved independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, the name of the Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR was changed to the Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The Supreme Assembly of Uzbekistan replaced the Supreme Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan in February of 1995.

ConvocationsEdit

Over the 53 years of its existence, the Supreme Soviet of the Uzbek SSR had a total of twelve convocations. The 12th and final convocation consisted of 500 deputies, which elected Islam Karimov as the President of the Uzbek SSR in 1990 and declared Uzbekistan's independence on August 31, 1991.

  • 1st Convocation (1938-1946)
  • 2nd Convocation (1947-1950)
  • 3rd Convocation (1951-1954)
  • 4th Convocation (1955-1959)
  • 5th Convocation (1959-1962)
  • 6th Convocation (1963-1966)
  • 7th Convocation (1967-1970)
  • 8th Convocation (1971-1974)
  • 9th Convocation (1975-1979)
  • 10th Convocation (1980-1984)
  • 11th Convocation (1985-1989)
  • 12th Convocation (1990-1991)

Chairmen of the Supreme SovietEdit

No. Picture Name

(Birth–Death)

Took office Left office Political party
Chairmen of the Supreme Soviet
1   Usman Yusupov

(1901-1966)

17 July 1938 21 July 1938 CPSU
2   Abdurazak Mavlyanov

(1908-1975)

_ _ CPSU
3   Nuritdin Mukhitdinov

(1917-2008)

_ _ CPSU
4   Arif Khakimov

(1912-1982)

1956 1958 CPSU
5   Rasul Gulamov

(1911-?)

1959 30 May 1961 CPSU
6   Mirzamahmud Musakhanov

(1912-1995)

30 May 1961 22 March 1963 CPSU
7   Abid Sadykov

(1913-1987)

_ _ CPSU
8   Sagdy Sirzahdinov

(1920-1989)

1967 1980 CPSU
9   Asadilla Khodjaev

(1920-1983)

14 March 1980 6 September 1983 CPSU
10   Erkin Yusupov

(1929-2003)

30 December 1983 30 March 1985 CPSU
11   Pulat Khabibullaev

(1936-2010)

30 March 1985 9 April 1988 CPSU
12   Rasul Gulamov

(1911-?)

9 April 1988 24 March 1990 CPSU
13   Mirzaolim Ibragimov

(?-?)

_ _ CPSU
14   Shavkat Yuldashev

(born 1943)

_ 1991 CPSU

Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme SovietEdit

No. Picture Name

(Birth–Death)

Took office Left office Political party
Chairmen of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet
1   Yuldash Akhunbabaev

(1885-1943)

21 July 1938 28 February 1943 CPSU
2   Abduvali Muminov

(1902-1965)

22 March 1943 17 March 1947 CPSU
3   Amin Niyazov

(1903-1973)

17 March 1947 21 August 1950 CPSU
4   Sharof Rashidov

(1917-1983)

21 August 1950 24 March 1959 CPSU
5   Yodgor Nasriddinova

(1920-2006)

24 March 1959 25 September 1970 CPSU
6   Nazar Matchanov

(1923-2010)

25 September 1970 20 December 1978 CPSU
7   Inomjon Usmonxo‘jayev

(1930-2017)

22 December 1978 20 December 1983 CPSU
8   Akil Salimov

(1928-2014)

20 December 1983 9 December 1986 CPSU
9   Rafik Nishanov

(born 1926)

9 December 1986 9 April 1988 CPSU
10   Pulat Khabibullaev

(1936-2010)

9 April 1988 6 March 1989 CPSU
11   Mirzaolim Ibragimov

(?-?)

6 March 1989 24 March 1990 CPSU

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Toy parliament until February 1990
  2. ^ "336-XII-сон 31.08.1991. Об основах государственной независимости Республики Узбекистан". lex.uz. Retrieved 2020-05-20.