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Re: [tatar-l] Tatar-Bashkir Report Archive-6 November 2001

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  • Reshat Sabiq
    hi, This is an interesting logic. All universities require russian literature exams with rediculous emphasis on how many books one has read and punctuation
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      hi,

      This is an interesting logic. All universities require
      russian literature exams with rediculous emphasis on
      how many books one has read and punctuation puzzles.
      At the same time, Tatarstani universities do not
      require Tatar literature or even language exams.
      Tatar children are required to study Russian language.
      And after there was only 1 Tatar school left in Qazan
      in 1985, when there is a legitimate attempt to teach
      Tatar language on Tatars' land, somebody tries to
      prevent it. If this court goes with that, it will only
      prove the corruption of the Moscow-controlled legal
      system.

      P.S. A tangent matter is how the language is
      perceived. If the right alphabet was accepted, and the
      power of Tatar language in communicating with more
      than 150 million Turk(ic) peoples was reflected, the
      language perception would improve.

      Regards,
      Reshat.

      >
      > Individual Claims That Tatar Lessons Are Taught
      > Illegally
      >
      > A Vakhitov district court in Kazan is preparing to
      > consider a suit by one of the city's residents
      > claiming
      > the Tatar language is illegally taught in
      > Tatarstan's
      > schools, RFE/RL's Kazan Bureau reported on 5
      > November.
      > The plaintiff wants children to be given the choice
      > of
      > whether to study Tatar, while currently all are
      > required
      > to study Tatar language and literature to the same
      > extent
      > as Russian language. Strana.ru information service
      > has
      > suggested that Tatar was being forcibly taught in
      > schools
      > and quoted unnamed legal experts predicting that the
      > Tatarstan Education Ministry would lose the suit.
      >
      > Russia To Provide Real Estate Loans To Refugees In
      > TR
      >
      > The Tatarstan branch of Russian ethnic and migration
      > policy ministry began distributing 10-year,
      > interest-free, property loans to refugee families
      > living
      > in the republic. A ministry representative in
      > Tatarstan,
      > Nikolai Vladimirov, on 5 November said the Russian
      > budget
      > has earmarked 4 million rubles ($136,000) for such
      > loans
      > in 2001.

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