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  UNPO
The Republic of Tatarstan is situated in the middle of the Volga-Basin at the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
Tatarstan's agroindustrial complex is a priority sector and is supported by the state.
Tatarstan is the leader in the Russian Federation in construction of social facilities, such as schools, hospitals, and other institutions in rural areas.
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  Tatarstan - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Tatarstan, republic in east central European Russia, located in the middle Volga River valley at the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
Following the conquests of the Mongol leader Genghis Khan early in the 13th century, the Mongol and Turkic elements of the invaders gradually merged...
The Republic of Tatarstan or, unofficial, Tataria is a federal subject of Russia (a republic).
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  Russia - The Republic of Tatarstan - RussiaTrek.com
Geography: The Tatarstan Republic is located on the eastern frontier of Europe at the confluence of the Volga and the Kama rivers.
According to the Constitution adopted on the 6th of November, 1992, the Republic of Tatarstan is a sovereign state, subject to international law, associated with the Russian Federation on the basis of the Treaty on mutually delegated powers.
Religions: The Sunnite Islam appeared in the territory of Tatarstan in the beginning of the l0th century: at present, it is confessed by half of the population of the Republic - the Tatars and the Bashkirs.
www.russiatrek.com /rp_tatarstan.shtml   (1932 words)

  
 Republic of Tatarstan
The Republic of Tatarstan is one of the most economically developed regions of the Russian Federation, that enjoys wealthy natural resources, powerful and diversified industry.
It is located in the centre of a large industrial region, 800 km eastward of Moscow at the junction of the Volga and Kama Rivers, at the crossing of important transport arteries.
The population of Tatarstan is 3.8 million (over 115 ethnic groups), including the Tatars (52.4%), Russians (39.5%), Chuvashes (3.4%), as well as Ukrainians, Udmurts, Mari, Bashkirs, Jews, etc. Tatarstan is a highly urbanised region, with the proportion of urban population being 74%.
www.republik-tatarstan.info   (183 words)

  
 Raphael Khakimov. Prospects of Federalism in Russia: A View from Tatarstan.
Tatarstan has always viewed decentralization and federalization of Russia as a means of dismantling the state structures of the empire, enabling a change towards truly democratic foundations of life.
Article 61 of Tatarstan Constitution says: 'The Republic of Tatarstan is a sovereign state and a subject of international law associated with the Russian Federation on the basis of the Treaty on mutual transmission of authorities.' Tatarstan did not sign the Federative Treaty, being determined to have a bilateral treaty with Russia.
For example, at the elections to the Stale Soviet of Tatarstan in March 1995 in the predominantly Russian-speaking district of Spasskii, a Tatar candidate was elected, while in the Tatar-speaking Agryz district the majority voted for a Russian.
federalmcart.ksu.ru /publications/khakimov2.htm   (4434 words)

  
 Central Europe Review - Postcard from Tatarstan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This, however, is Tatarstan, where age, infirmity, weather, or, for that matter, voters, seemingly make little difference to the outcome of elections.
Tatarstan has its own parliament - the State Council - the elections to which also took place in December 1999 (and March 2000 in the seats where the election was invalid in December).
As a result of all this, the opposition parties in Tatarstan claim that the results of the Tatar elections are falsified, and seventeen of them have published a declaration to this effect.
www.ce-review.org /00/25/hutcheson25.html   (1233 words)

  
 The Republic of Tatarstan
Tatarstan is situated in the center of the Russian Federation on the East-European Plain at the confluence of the two greatest rivers - the Volga and the Kama.
Greyish and dark greyish forest and podzol soils, which cover nearly 38% of the Tatarstan's territory, frequently occur in the Pre-Kama region, in the north of the Pre-Volga region, in the north-east and in the center of the Trans-Kama region.
Tatarstan is a crossroads of transport highways between the Urals, Siberia, the Far East and the European part of the Russian Federation.
www.russianamericanchamber.org /regions/Tatarstan.html   (2225 words)

  
 Overview of the Republic of Tatarstan
The Republic of Tatarstan is located in the central part of the Russian Federation at the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
Tatarstan is populated by 3.7 million people, of whom 1.1 million live in Kazan, the capital.
Tatarstan's oil reserves are largely concentrated in medium-sized and small oilfields that are among the least-developed in the republic.
www.russiancouncil.org /reports/tartarstan1.htm   (1714 words)

  
 Raphael Khakimov. Tatarstan's Model For Developing Russian Federalism.
Tatarstan has always regarded the decentralisation and federalisation of Russia as a way to eliminate the imperial structures and progress to a genuinely democratic society.
For instance, Tatarstan is declared a zone free of weapons of mass destruction, and the republic is oriented towards a demilitarisation of the economy.
In Tatarstan laws concerning the right to private ownership of land have been adopted, and certain privileges are granted to foreign investors, while this is not the case in Russia.
federalmcart.ksu.ru /publications/khakimov4.htm   (4276 words)

  
 The Carnegie Moscow Center - Publications - Articles and interviews - The Chechnya-Tatarstan Connection   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The February 1994 treaty between Moscow and Kazan and the Kremlin's subsequent acquiescence in Tatarstan's increasingly autonomous orientation afforded the republic a broad autonomy verging on a loose confederal arrangement.
Tatarstan became one of Russia's most prosperous regions and was hailed around the world as a model for forging flexible federal-regional, inter-ethnic, and inter-confessional (Christian-Muslim) relations, standing in stark contrast to war-torn Chechnya.
Moscow re-centralized tax revenues, forced Tatarstan (and all Russia's regions) to bring its legislation and constitution into compliance with federal Constitution and law (including dilution of the Tatarstan constitution's sovereignty clause), and has forced a re-negotiation of the power-sharing treaty so that it complies too with the federal Constitution.
www.carnegie.ru /en/pubs/media/70664.htm   (1198 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Tatarstan
The Republic of Tatarstan or, unofficially, Tataria (Респу́блика Татарста́н;) is a federal subject of Russia (a republic).
Tatarstan declared independence on August 30, 1990 as a sovereign state and no longer a subject of USSR or Russian Federation.
Tatarstan's unicameral National Parliament (Däwlät Sovetı, Государственный Совет) has 100 seats: 50 are for representatives of the parties, other 50 are for deputies from the republic's localities.
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 Whither Tatarstan?
In effect, the voters of Tatarstan reaffirmed the declaration made earlier on August 30, 1990, by the Supreme Soviet of the Tatar Republic that Tatarstan was the sixteenth union republic.
Tatarstan's rich natural resources, agricultural production, and industrial output were being extracted from the republic to subsidize other parts of the Soviet Union with only minimal return to the Tatar ASSR.
It seems, however, that the formerly Communist leadership of Tatarstan is now successfully portraying itself in the same national garb as post-Communist leaders throughout the CIS and that the Tatar Public Center seems to have reached again some sort of accommodation with the president.
faculty.oxy.edu /richmond/csp8/whither_tatarstan.htm   (2639 words)

  
 State Flag of the Republic of Tatarstan
The National flag of the Republic of Tatarstan is the symbol of state sovereignty of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The National flag of the Republic of Tatarstan is placed in the Session Hall of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan in case the President of the Republic of Tatarstan takes part in the session of the State Council of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The National flag of the Republic of Tatarstan is hoisted on bow mast of self-propelled vessels floating along inner waterways of the Republic of Tatarstan on December 31, January 1--2, March 8, May I, May 9, August 30, November 6, November 7.
www.kcn.ru /tat_en/tatarstan/flag.htm   (534 words)

  
 General information about the Republic of Tatarstan
The Republic of Tatarstan is located on the eastern frontier of Europe at the confluence of the Volga and the Kama rivers.
According to the Constitution adopted on the 6th of November, 1992, the Republic of Tatarstan is a sovereign state, subject of the International Law, associated with the Russian Federation on the basis of the Treaty on mutually delegated powers.
The Sunnite Islam appeared in the territory of Tatarstan in the beginning of the l0th century: at present, it is confessed by half of the population of the Republic - the Tatars and the Bashkirs.
www.kcn.ru /tat_en/tatarstan   (2329 words)

  
 TATARSTAN - Power Structure
By virtue of the Constitution, the Republic of Tatarstan is a sovereign state, subject of the international law, associated with the Russian Federation, Russia, on the basis of the Treaty on Mutual Delegation of Powers and Subjects of Management.
Ratification of the amendments to the Constitution and laws of the Republic are attributed to the authority of the Parliament.
Half of the members of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Tatarstan, as well as half of the members of the Central Committee on Elections of the People's Deputies of the Republic of Tatarstan and its Chairman are also subject to approval of the State Council upon submission of the President.
tatarstan.kai.ru /gos-eng.htm   (907 words)

  
 Tatarstan Aviation - Tatarstan Airlines - Kazan Airport
Tatarstan airlines was created in 2000 and has a fleet of 23 airplanes.
Tatarstan reportedly allocates this year 400 million rubles for completion of the construction and testing.
Airlines of Tatarstan flew 395,230 passengers in 1997, an increase of 3.3 percent compared to 1996.
www.geocities.com /ai320/tatarstan.htm   (1656 words)

  
 Official Web-site of the Republic of Tatarstan
November 14, Tatarstan President Mintimer Shaimiev and Russian Internal Affairs Minister General Rashid Nurgaliyev, who is visiting the Tatarstan capital, handed over flat keys to militiamen who are going to become new tenants of the housing estate ‘Solnechni gorod’ (Sunny town).
Tatarstan government’s task in the coming 3-4 years is to increase the gross regional product (GRP) to $40 billion, said the Prime Minister of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.
Tatarstan’s helicopter makers are participating in the Dubai Air show where about 50 countries are showing their aeronautic apparatuses, civil and military aircrafts and avionics innovations.
www.tatar.ru /english   (781 words)

  
 Tatarstan. Main Facts : The Republic of Tatarstan
A President shall be the head of the State in the Republic of Tatarstan.
Tatarstan is situated in the center of the Russian Federation on the East-European Plain at the confluence of the two greatest rivers - the Volga and the Kama.
Tatarstan is one of the most economically developed subjects of the Russian Federation.
www.tatar.ru /?DNSID=58e1733694a07de711cea2fc5fc8a61a&node_id=1389   (247 words)

  
 Tatarstan, Russia current local time from WorldTimeServer.com
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 tatarstan
Tatarstan is a Federal Republic in the Russian Federation.
According to some researchers, the Volga Tatars today consist of three major dialect groups: the Central or Kazan Tatar (dominant in Tatarstan), the Eastern or Siberian Tatar, and the Western or Misher.
The most popular festival of Tatarstan and Bashkortostan: Sabantui, the harvest fair.
www.ainurin.net /history/tatarstan.htm   (1724 words)

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