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Re: (FYI) WoE: But for the August Coup, Tatarstan Would Have Gained Inde

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  • Robert D Bower
    Hello the group, Between 1990 and 1991 an attempt was to introduce a new USSR Constitution compiled by Andrey Sakharov. In this document, all four levels of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 16, 2013
      Hello the group,
      Between 1990 and 1991 an attempt was to introduce a new USSR Constitution compiled by Andrey Sakharov. In this document, all four levels of sovereignty for the nations that comprised the Union that time, were replaced with one flat level of "republics", with the right for secession. The-then Chechen-Ingush "Autonomous" republic made used from this new law, as well as Tatarstan and some other entities who later were forced back into "new" Russian Federation. The August coup interrupted the process of gaining  sovereignty by the non-Russian republic throughout the-then USSR. 
      Nadezhda Banchik, San Jose, California, USA 

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