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List of governments of the Soviet Union

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List of governments of the Soviet Union

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Soviet Union
 

The following is a list of governments of the Soviet Union.

# Government Term Time in office
1 Lenin I 1923–1924 0 years, 211 days
2 Rykov I 1924–1930 6 years, 320 days
3 Molotov I 1930–1941 10 years, 139 days
4 Stalin I 1941–1946 4 years, 312 days
5 Stalin II 1946–1953 6 years, 356 days
6 Malenkov I 1953–1954 1 year, 52 days
7 Malenkov II 1954–1955 0 years, 287 days
8 Bulganin I 1955–1958 3 years, 47 days
9 Khrushchev I 1958–1962 4 years, 24 days
10 Khrushchev II 1962–1964 2 years, 173 days
11 Kosygin I 1964–1966 2 years, 110 days
12 Kosygin II 1966–1970 3 years, 345 days
13 Kosygin III 1970–1974 4 years, 12 days
14 Kosygin IV 1974–1979 4 years, 267 days
15 Kosygin V 1979–1980 1 year, 187 days
16 Tikhonov I 1980–1984 3 years, 171 days
17 Tikhonov II 1984–1985 1 year, 169 days
18 Ryzhkov I 1985–1989 3 years, 293 days
19 Ryzhkov II 1989–1991 1 year, 181 days
20 Pavlov I 1991 0 years, 220 days
21 Silayev I 1991 0 years, 126 days

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  • Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics from 1917–1964 and 1964–1991
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