The 14th Congress of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) was held during 18–31 December 1925 in Moscow. The congress elected the 14th Central Committee.
The agenda of the congress included:
Moreover, Mikhail Tomsky gave an account of the work of the trade unions, Nikolai Bukharin reported on the efforts of the Komsomol, and A. A. Andreev discussed changes of the party rules.
In another session the congress heard Georgy Chicherin’s report on the international situation and Soviet foreign policy.
This congress was marked by the struggle between Joseph Stalin and Leon Trotsky for control of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks).
Agenda of the Congress
- Political report of the Central Committee (Stalin)
- Organisational report of the Central Committee (Molotov)
- Report of the Central Revision Committee (Kursky)
- Report of the Central Control Committee (Kuybyshev)
- Report of the Representation of the Russian Communist Party at the Executive Committee of the International (Zinoviev)
- Issues related to the economic edification (Kamenev)
- On the activity of the trade unions (Tomsky)
- On the activity of the Komsomol (Bukharin)
- On some changes of the Party Statutes (Andreyev)
- Elections to the Central Institutions of the Party