Karachay-Cherkessia

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to an autonomous oblast status on 30 April 1928. In 1943, Karachay Autonomous Oblast was abolished, the Karachay people were accused of collaboration with the Nazis and subsequently deported to the Kazakh (Kazakh SSR) and Uzbek (Uzbek SSR) republics. . Most of the Karchay territory was split between Stavropol Krai and the Georgian SSR. The remaining territory populated by the Cherkessians was known as Cherkess Autonomous Oblast until 9 January 1957 when it was re-established

-and-rule tactics of the Stalin era involved weakening resistance by splitting related groups and joining unrelated ones in shared administrative units. As part of this pattern, the Karachay-Cherkessia Autonomous Region was first created in 1922. Several further administrative adjustments and readjustments followed. In 1943 the Karachay people were deported to Central Asia for alleged collaboration with the Nazis. They were allowed back in 1957 and the Karachay-Cherkess autonomous region recreated


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символов Карачаево-Черкесской Республики en_entity People's Assembly of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic en_type Law en_number 410-XXII en_date April 9, 1998 en_title On the State Anthem of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic en_effective_date the moment of publication, with the exception of Articles 2 and 3, which take effect on May 15, 1998 en_url en_amendment_type Law en_amendment_number 85-RZ en_amendment_date December 6, 2013


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#.VML56GTF9bs title Karachaevo-Cherkessia: A Small War with Big Repercussions date 31 January 2008 author Fatima Tlis journal North Caucasus Analysis volume 9 issue 4 publisher The Jamestown Foundation accessdate 23 January 2015 Science The republic is the home of what was the largest telescope of the world from 1975 until 1993 (the BTA-6), a very large radio telescope (600 meters in diameter, RATAN-600), and the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian


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problem in the republic. In May 1999 Karachay–Cherkessia conducted its first ever free regional presidential election. When Vladimir Semyonov (Vladimir Magomedovich Semenov), a Karachay, won the election over Stanislav Derev, a Circassian, there were protests by supporters of Derev, with widespread allegations of fraud. A court ruling later upheld the election result, prompting thousands of Derev's supporters to march in protest, many advocating partition of the republic. Although activity


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of Karachay-Cherkessia.svg flag_caption Flag (Flag of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic) anthem State Anthem of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic anthem_ref Law #410-XXII holiday holiday_ref political_status Republic political_status_link Republics of Russia federal_district North Caucasian (North Caucasian Federal District) economic_region North Caucasus (North Caucasus economic region) adm_ctr_type Capital adm_ctr_name

Cherkessk adm_ctr_ref Constitution of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Article 114 official_lang_list Abaza (Abaza language), Cherkess (Kabardian language), Karachay (Karachay-Balkar language), Nogai (Nogai language) official_lang_ref Constitution of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Article 11.1 pop_2010census 477859 pop_2010census_rank 73rd urban_pop_2010census 43.4

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Karachay-Cherkessia

The '''Karachay–Cherkess Republic''' ( , ''Karachayevo-Cherkessiya'') and the '''''Karachay–Circassian Republic''''', is a republic of Russia (republics of Russia) located in the North Caucasus (North Caucasus economic region) area of southern European Russia.

Karachay-Cherkessia is a landlocked republic, bordered by Krasnodar Krai to the west and northwest, Stavropol Krai to the northeast, Abkhazia to the west, Kabardino-Balkaria to the southeast and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti to the south. It covers mostly mountainous terrain. The republic has several distinct ethnic groups, and the government recognizes five official languages. The population in 2010 was just under half a million people.

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