List of movements/Political Parties/Russia

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Federal Council

Regional Parliaments

Not Represented


Soviet Union

White emigration

Russian Empire

Social Movements



List of Leaders

Only the most significant grand dukes/tsars are included.

Princes of Novgorod

Grand princes of Kyivan Rus'

Princes of Novgorod Republic

  • Vsevolod Mstislavich Monomakh
  • Sviatopolk Mstislavich
  • Sviatoslav Olgovich
  • Rostislav Yurevich
  • Sviatoslav III Vsevolodovich
  • Yaroslav II Iziaslavich
  • Rostislav I Mstislavich
  • David Rostislavich
  • Mstislav Yurevich
  • Sviatoslav Rostislavich
  • Mstislav the Eyeless
  • Roman II the Great
  • Rurik II Rostislavich
  • Yury I Bogolyubsky (Giorgi Rusi)
  • Sviatoslav Mstislavich
  • Yaroslav the Red
  • Yaropolk Rostislavich
  • Roman I Rostislavich
  • Mstislav Rostislavich the Brave
  • Vladimir III Svyatoslavich
  • Yaroslav Vladimirovich
  • Mstislav Davidovich
  • Yaropolk III Yaroslavich
  • Sviatoslav III Vsevolodovich
  • Konstantin Vsevolodovich
  • Mstislav the Daring
  • Sviatoslav Mstislavich
  • Vsevolod Mstislavich
  • Vsevolod III the Big Nest
  • Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich (Yaroslav III)
  • Michael II of Chernigov
  • Alexander Nevsky
  • Rostislav Mikhailovich
  • Andrey II Yaroslavich
  • Vasily Alexandrovich
  • Yaroslav III Yaroslavich
  • Dmitry Alexandrovich
  • Vasily Yaroslavich
  • Andrey III Alexandrovich
  • Mikhail Yaroslavich of Tver
  • Afanasi Danilovich
  • Yuri Danilovich
  • Aleksandr Mikhailovich of Tver

Grand Dukes of the Grand Duchy of Moscow

Tsars of the Tsardom of Russia

Russian Empire

List of Tsars of the Russian Empire

List of Prime Ministers of the Russian Empire

Provisional Government of the Russian Republic

List of Chairmen of the Provisional Government

List of Prime Ministers

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

List of General Secretaries of the CPSU

List of heads of state (1922–1991)

Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic

Chairmans of the Central Executive Committee of the All-Russian Congress of Soviets

Chairmans of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR

Chairmans of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR

Chairmans of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR

Presidents of the Russian SFSR

Chairmans of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic

Chairmans of the Council of Ministers of the Russian SFSR

Russian Federation

List of Presidents

Name Political Party Term of Office
Boris Yeltsin Independent 1991-1999
Alexander Rutskoy Independent, acting September-October 1993
Dmitry Medvedev Independent, affiliated with United Russia[Note 4] 2008-2012
Vladimir Putin Independent, affiliated with United Russia[Note 4] 1999-2008

List of Vice Presidents

List of Prime Ministers

Name Political Party Term of Office
Boris Yeltsin Independent 1991-1992
Yegor Gaidar Independent 1992-1993 (acting)
Viktor Chernomyrdin Independent 1993-1998
Our Home – Russia
Sergey Kiriyenko Union of Right Forces April 1998-August 1998
Yevgeny Primakov Independent 1998-1999
Sergey Stepashin Independent May 1999-August 1999
Vladimir Putin Independent 1999-2000
United Russia 2008-2012
Mikhail Kasyanov Independent 2000-2004
Viktor Khristenko Independent February 2004-March 2004 (acting)
Mikhail Fradkov United Russia 2004-2007
Viktor Zubkov United Russia 2007-2008
May 7 2012-May 8 2012 (acting)
Dmitry Medvedev United Russia 2012-2018
2018-2020 (acting)
Mikhail Mishustin United Russia 2020-present

Further Information


  1. «The Movement in Support of the Army» ideologically consists of Marxism-Leninism, Ultranationalism, Stratocracy and Anti-Semitism
  2. «Essence of Time»'s ideology is a mix of Marxism-Leninism, Russian Nationalism and Russian Orthodoxy. Their philosophy was influenced by Karl Marx, Max Weber, Erich Fromm, Antonio Gramsci, Alexander Bogdanov, Viktor Frankl and others.
  3. Princess Olga of Kiev was baptized under the name of Helena from the Roman Catholic Church
  4. 4.0 4.1 Putin and Medvedev never actually ran for elections as member's of United Russia, but were both endorsed by the party and it's main predecessor.


  1. "How Russia's political parties line up". BBC News. 6 March 2012. ‘‘Yabloko's ideology is a mix of liberalism and social democracy.’’