| Vice President of the|
Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics
|Since May 7, 2008|
|Residence||Russian White House|
|Term length||4 years, nonrenewable|
|Inaugural holder||Alexander Rutskoy|
|Formation||January 2, 1990|
Vice President of the Soviet Union. Officialy, Vice President of the Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics is the title of deputy of the head of state and government of the Soviet Union
The office was formed on January 2, 1990, prior to which, the head of state of the Soviet Union was the Deputy Chairman of the Communist Party. Since the formation, Seven Vice Presidents have backed up the Presidents of the Soviet Union.
The current vice president of the Soviet Union is Nikolai Kharitonov.
Unlike the President, Vice President has elected for a four years term, which is nonrenewable. And will be only appointed by the President of the Soviet Union