Konstantin Oustinovitch Tchernenko (September 24th 1911 - March 10th 1985) is a Soviet politician having exerted the functions of General secretary of the Communist party of the February 13rd 1984 until its death, thirteen months later.
After the “liberal” bracket (all things considered) of Andropov, Tchernenko represents a return to the pure and hard Communism of the Brejnev years.
CareerIt makes its military service in the troops of the GPOU. Before the Second world war, it makes beginnings of fontionnaire regional. Its meeting with Brejnev in 1950 in Moldavie transformed its career. He became his personal secretary, the following in all his stations as from 1956 initially in the apparatus of the Central committee of party (DC) then in that of the Supreme Soviet (1960) and finally again with the DC or he took the head of the general department (1965). As from 1976, while becoming successively secretary of the Central committee, temporary member of Politburo (1977), then titular (1978), it passed from the role of simple executant to that of political actor principal and appointed like dolphin by Leonid Brejnev. But in November 1982, with died of Brejnev, it is Iouri Andropov which is selected like first secretary of the party. Tchernenko must await the brutal death of Andropov, in February 1984 to succeed to him.
In April 1984 he became Head of the State. Tchernenko passed the essence of short sound reigns with the report heading at the hospital and thus gave him to it image of a “phantom to the article of death”. He died with Moscow on March 10th, 1985.
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