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  Encyclopedia: CPSU Central Committee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Central Committee, abbreviated in Russian as ЦК, "Tseka", was the highest body of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU).
The Central Committee also made a landmark decision in March 1985 when it elected the reformist Mikhail Gorbachev as the next General Secretary of CPSU with the margin of just one vote more than the hardliner Viktor Grishin.
Following the failed coup of August 1991, the Central Committee was dissolved as was the Communist Party itself.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/CPSU-Central-Committee   (458 words)

 Encyclopedia: Stalin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1912 Stalin was co-opted to the Bolshevik Central Committee at the Prague Party Conference.
In April 1917, Stalin was elected to the Central Committee with the third highest vote total in the party and was subsequently elected to the Politburo of the Central Committee (May 1917); he held this position for the remainder of his life.
However, this document was suppressed by members of the Central Committee, many of whom were also criticised by the Bolshevik leader in the testament.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Stalin   (10417 words)

This letter from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China is in reply to the letter of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union dated November 29, 1963.
The CC CPSU is well aware are of the importance of friendship between the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of China and between the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China, whose relations must be built on the foundation of the teachings of Marxism-Leninism.
The CC CPSU emphasizes that for the successful implementation of all these measures it is necessary that there be a cessation of public polemics and an abandonment of all types of subversive and schismatic activity in the socialist community and the communist movement.
www.etext.org /Politics/MIM/classics/mao/polemics/sevenlet.html   (14978 words)

In theory it was the political bureau (hence Politburo) of the Central Committee, elected by them to direct the party between the sessions of the committee and with a mandate that only covered the party.
The Politburo was responsible to, and its membership was subject to, the approval of the Central Committee.
In reality it oversaw the operations of the Committee and made all major policy decisions, which were then passed down through the Central Committee, the Supreme Soviet and the Party Congress.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/POLITBURO+OF+THE+CPSU+CENTRAL+COMMITTEE   (344 words)

In unilaterally deciding to convene a drafting committee in December this year and an international meeting in the middle of next year, you must be held responsible for all the consequences of openly splitting the international communist movement.
The Central Committee of the CPSU has sent to all the fraternal Parties its letter of June 15 addressed to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
The Central Committee of the CPSU sees in this position taken by the fraternal Parties new evidence of their great concern for the fate of the communist movement and of their awareness of the high responsibility which the current situation imposes on Communists.
www.etext.org /Politics/MIM/classics/mao/polemics/cc_letter.html   (2654 words)

Executive committees of large cities and counties were set up according to the decree of the Supreme Soviet of the republic and in districts, urban and rural settlements and towns – under the decision of the county executive committee.
The county executive committees had to choose members of executive committees of districts, towns and urban and rural settlements, and submit their candidatures to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the republic for approval.
The CP Central Committees of Soviet Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia together with the People’s Commissariat of State Security and NKVD of the USSR were jointly responsible for conducting the operation which, according to the plan, had to be finished in three days.
www.genocid.lt /GRTD/Konferencijos/eng/natalija.htm   (6842 words)

 Letter from the CPSU to the CPC
The Central Committee of the CPSU was the initiator of the meetings of fraternal Parties in 1957 and 1960.
At the end of February this year the CPSU Central Committee once again took the initiative and suggested to the Central Committee of the Albanian Party of Labour that a bilateral meeting be held between representatives of our two Parties.
Meanwhile the CPSU is aware of the serious differences that exist with the League of Communists of Yugoslavia on several ideological questions and considers it necessary to tell the Yugoslav comrades so frankly, criticizing those views of theirs which it finds wrong.
www.marx2mao.com /Other/LCPSU63.html   (8350 words)

 Tourism in Azerbaijan
In this period the protest meeting of Azerbaijanis who passed along the streets of Moscow with the fl flags to the building of the Central Committee of CPSU to hand the letter of protest was held outside the permanent representation of Azerbaijan in Moscow.
The ex leader of Azerbaijan, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of CPSU, retired Deputy Chairman of USSR Ministries Council Heydar Aliyev held the press-conference in the Permanent Representation of Azerbaijan in Moscow where he condemned inhuman action of soviet troops in Azerbaijan.
On January 22, 1990 the primary party organization of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Azerbaijan excluded Abdurahman Vezirov from CPSU and it rose the question to call him to account for the crimes perpetrated against the Azerbaijani people.
azerbaijan.tourism.az /garakonf/20yanv/20jan.html   (2248 words)

 CNN Cold War - Documents: Soviet meeting on Hungary
Following are notes from a meeting of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee six days before Soviet tanks entered Budapest to stop the uprising in Hungary.
Central Committee members discuss possible courses of action.
The formation of a committee, which takes power into its hands (this is the worst alternative), when we...
www.cnn.com /SPECIALS/cold.war/episodes/07/documents/cpsu   (1673 words)

In fact, the Central Committee of the CPSU, the Government let people reconstruct their political activity by themselves, their intention to take part in the state’s life.
In fact, the Center did not notice inactivity and evident double-dealing of Central Committee of the Communist Party of Moldavia towards nationalists, and its connivance to deceptive reports and assurance about calm in republic let the situation in Moldavia come to its absolute escalation.
The Government of the RM, headed by nationalists, moved the Central Committee of the CPM aside from real power and taken upon itself the deal of declaring independence, hoping that afterwards, with the help of Romania, it would suppress the rebellious Left Bank by military means.
www.olvia.idknet.com /THE%20ROLE.htm   (812 words)

A committee comprises a mechanism of bureaucracy or of proto-bureaucracy whereby a limited number of people receive delegated functions of government or administration.
Committees, both permanent and ad hoc, appear both in representative democracies and in non-democratic structures.
A committee may comprise a sub-grouping of a larger body, and in its turn have sub-committees.
www.fact-library.com /committee.html   (193 words)

 Modern History Sourcebook: Chinese Communist Party: The Leaders of the CPSU are the Greates Splitters of Our Times, ...
The leaders of the CPSU have themselves undermined the basis of the unity of the international communist movement and created the present grave danger of a split by betraying Marxism-Leninism and proletarian internationalism and pushing their revisionist and divisive line.
The leaders of the CPSU have openly called for the overthrow of the Party and government leaders of Albania, brashly severed all economic and diplomatic relations with her and tyrannically deprived her of her legitimate rights as a member of the Warsaw Treaty Organization and the Council of Economic Mutual Assistance.
The leaders of the CPSU are bent on seeking Soviet-U.S. co-operation for the domination of the world, they regard U.S. imperialism, the most ferocious enciny of the people of the world, as their most reliable friend, and they treat the fraternal Parties and countries adhering to Marxism-Leninism as their enemy.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/1964CCP-onCPSU.html   (1533 words)

 Organization of the Communist Party of the USSR : Central Committee   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Politburo of the CPSU Central CommitteeThe political bureau of the Central Committee and the most powerful political group of the party.">
CPSU Central Committee">Politburo of the CPSU Central CommitteeThe political bureau of the Central Committee and the most powerful political group of the party.
The political bureau of the Central Committee and the most powerful political group of the party.
www.termsdefined.net /ce/central-committee.html   (339 words)

 Anti-Party Group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Khrushchev, with the backing of Defence Minister Georgy Zhukov, argued that only the Central Committee of the CPSU could remove him from office.
At an extraordinary session of the Central Committee held in late June, Khrushchev argued that his opponents were an "anti-Party Group" and won a vote reaffirming his position as First Secretary and expelling Molotov, Kaganovich and Malenkov from the Secretariat and ultimately from the Communist Party itself.
Khrushchev Expels the 'Anti-Party Group' Central Committee decree on the Anti-Party Group, June 29, 1957
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anti-Party_Group   (194 words)

 AII POW-MIA - Senate Select Committee 50
Committee investigator Al Graham was posted to Moscow in May, 1992 to represent the Senate Select Committee and work under the aegis of the Joint Commission on POW/MIA affairs.
The Committee investigator found that some interviewees were intimidated by this location and somewhat reluctant to reveal all they knew, and many believed the room and telephone to be under surveillance by Russian authorities.
The Committee found that the Russians have been particularly successful in producing World War II archival documents, and is pleased to report that the fate of some American military and civilian personnel from the World War II era has been determined through recent investigations in Russia.
www.aiipowmia.com /ssc/ssc50.html   (8023 words)

 Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Of a peasant family, he worked in the plants and mines of Ukraine, joined the Communist party in 1918, and in 1929 was sent to Moscow for further study.
He became a member of the central committee of the Communist party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) in 1934 and first secretary of the powerful Moscow city and regional party organization in 1935.
As a full member of the politburo, the ruling body of the central committee of the CPSU after 1939, Khrushchev was one of Stalin’s close associates.
www.bartleby.com /65/kh/Khrushch.html   (760 words)

 Soviet Union Details, Meaning Soviet Union Article and Explanation Guide
The organization of the CPSU was based on democratic centralism, the Leninist method of intraparty decision making.
The CPSU Central Committee Politburo determined the major foreign policy guidelines.
Based on a system of state ownership, the Soviet economy was controlled by an elaborate system administrative planning from the drafting of the first Five Year Plan (1928) to the dissolution of the Soviet Union (1991).
www.e-paranoids.com /s/so/soviet_union.html   (1790 words)

 Nikita S. Khrushchev: Crimes of the Stalin Era
After Stalin's death the Central Committee of the party began to implement a policy of explaining concisely and consistently that it is impermissible and foreign to the spirit of Marxism-Leninism to elevate one person, to transform him into a superman possessing supernatural characteristics, akin to those of a god.
The majority of the Central Committee members and candidates elected at the 17th Congress and arrested in 1937-1938 were expelled from the party illegally through the brutal abuse of the party statute, because the question of their expulsion was never studied at the Central Committee plenum.
As is known, resolutions by the Central Committee, Communist Party of the Soviet Union, were made concerning this case in November 1951 and in March 1952.
www.trussel.com /hf/stalin.htm   (18066 words)

 Program of the CPSU, 27th Congress, 1986
The CPSU has grown from the first party of Communists organized by V.I. Lenin over 80 years ago to a Party of over 19 million members (one-tenth of the adult population of the USSR).
Over five million women are members of the CPSU and their percentage of the total grows at an increasing rate.
Workers in industry and on the farms account for over 42% of the members and alternate members of Party district, city and area committees; over 31% are members of similar bodies at the regional level or higher, including the Central Committee of the CPSU and of the Party in each republic.
www.xs4all.nl /%7Eeurodos/docu/cpsu-texts/cpsu86-0.htm   (1100 words)

 After Stalin Resource 8: Transcript of Central Committee Plenum of the CPSU, ...
If one were to judge by this statement, it would appear that the main reason for the rupture in relations between the CPSU and the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (CPY) in 1948 was some "materials" which were fabricated by the enemies of the people Beriia and Abakumov, and the rest is not worthy of attention.
From what I have said and from a real acquaintance with the materials, one can, however, establish that this statement, which tries to explain the reason for the rupture in relations with the CPY in large part by the hostile intrigues of Beriia and Abakumov, does not fit with the factual situation.
The government of Yugoslavia has not yet once said that it has revised these views, or even that its foreign policy is closer to the position of the USSR and the people's democratic countries than to the position of the powers in the imperialist camp...
www.learning.turner.com /cnn/coldwar/afterstalin/aftr_re8.html   (887 words)

 Open Letter from the CPSU to All Communists
    The Central Committee of the CPSU deems it necessary to address this open letter to you in order to set out its position on the fundamental questions of the international communist movement in connection with the letter of the Central Commmittee of the Communist Party of China of June 14, 1963.
This found expression in the publication of the June 14 letter of the CPC Central Committee, which gives an arbitrary interpretation of the Declaration and Statement of the Moscow meetings of representatives of the Communist and Workers' parties, and distorts the basic principles of these historic documents.
It is fully apparent in all their pronouncements and in the CPC Central Committee letter of June 14.
www.marx2mao.com /Other/OLCPSU63.html   (16022 words)

 Discussions of Dange with the CPSU(b) - 1947
This free and frank discussion sheds a flood of light on the thinking of the CPI and the standpoint and concerns of the CPSU(b) on the central questions of the Indian revolution in the period of the transfer of power — a period which is sparsely covered in the existing documentary collections of the CPI.
He also cautioned Dange that the Central Committee of the CPSU(b) was making its suggestions with regard to the policies of the CPI and that these were not to be understood as directives.
First, Zhdanov recommended on behalf of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) that as two states, India and Pakistan, had come into existence it was essential to have separate Communist Parties and Trade Unions so that no party was deprived of the right and possibility to influence the affairs of state.
www.revolutionarydemocracy.org /rdv7n1/Dangeintro.htm   (924 words)

 Perestroika [Sam Marcy]: Article 14 (1990)
Of course, the Central Committee has a legal and political right to relieve its first secretary, the leader of the Party, and elect a new one.
So we have two very high-ranking members of the Party actively participating in the decisions of a union republic central committee, in deliberations which are generally the exclusive province of the central committee of the union republic.
Altogether, three top-ranking members of the Central Committee were involved in a very critical decision which again would normally be the province of the Kazakhstan Central Committee.
www.workers.org /marcy/cd/sampere/perehtml/14.htm   (4417 words)

 YUL Slavic & East European Microform Collection: Plenums of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the ...
YUL Slavic and East European Microform Collection: Plenums of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1941-1990
This collection documents the plenums of the Central Committee of the CPSU from the Stalin era until the demise of the Soviet Union.
Opus 1 contains the records of the plenums of the Central Committee from 1941 to 1966.
www.library.yale.edu /slavic/microform/plenums.html   (311 words)

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Most significant foreign policy initiatives in pursuit of peace and détente, which represent fruit of the collective thinking of the leaders of the fraternal socialist states, are associated with the PCC work.
The line of the CPSU is dictated not by tactical calculations, but by the core interests of the socialist commonwealth, by the principles of the Leninist policy.
Secretaries of the Central Committees of our parties will soon meet and finalize the agreements on materials and the concrete date of the conference.
www.gwu.edu /%7Ensarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB14/doc19.htm   (5298 words)

 New thinking in arms control - 860115
All efforts of the CPSU are directed towards ensuring a further improvement of the life of the Soviet people.
Being aware of this, at the very start of the new year the Political Bureau of the CPSU Central Committee and the Soviet Government have adopted a decision on a number of major foreign policy measures that are of a fundamental nature.
The course of peace and disarmament will continue to be pivotal in the foreign policy of the CPSU and the Soviet state.
projects.sipri.se /SAC/860115.html   (4410 words)

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