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Tuva Celebrates Constitution Day

Today Tuva celebrates it Constitution Day. The present Constitution of the Republic of Tuva, the nineth in its history (the first one dates back to 1921, when a Tannu-Tuva People Republic was declared), was adopted at an all-republican referendum on May 6, 2001. The first post-perestroika Constitution was adopted by the revolutionary Supreme Soviet of Tuva at its session in 1993. It was written under Yeltsin's slogan 'Take as much sovereignity as you can swallow!'

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Dina Oyun

New Russian Law Prompted by Parliamentary Crisis in Tuva

The State Duma passed in the first reading on April 18 with 343 votes in favor a bill drafted primarily by lawmakers from the pro-Kremlin Unified Russia that would empower republic heads to dissolve parliaments on the basis of a court ruling should the legislature not convene for its maiden session and begin functioning "effectively" within 30 days of its election. That bill was prompted by the boycott by legislators from the Russian Party of Life (RPZh) whose election last October to the Great Khural of the Republic of Tyva (Tuva) was annulled by a Kyzyl court.

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Tuva's Government Members Appointed

New Tuva's Government would have a new structure consisting of 12 ministeries instead of 16 in the old Sherg-ool Oorzhak's cabinet. Sholban Kara-ool, 40, new head of Tuva, would have 5 vice-prime-ministers, 4 out of which have been already approved of by the parliament. They are first vice-prime-minister Sholban Irgit, ex-head of the 'Uriankhay' meat-processing complex; Ivan Chuchev to supervise agricultural issues, Anatolii Damba-Khuurak to be occupied with the administrative reform, Vladimir Nedelin to manage energy and fuel supplies problems.

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Dina Oyun

40-year-old Head of Tuva Backed by Parliament

Sholban Kara-ool, 40, whose candidature was put forward by President Putin as a chief of Tuva, was supported by bicameral Tuva's parliament and received 21 votes in the Legislative Chamber and 110 in the Representative Chamber of the Great Khural. Everything was quick at this session which could not gather for over 6 months since October 8, 2006. Sherig-ool Oorzhak resigned and the new Prime-Minister took a solemn oath to be loyal to the Constitutions of Tuva and Russia.
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Dina Oyun, photo by Vitali Shaifulin

New Head for Tuva Chosen by President Putin

Political crisis which has been tearing Tuva for the last 6 months since illegal cancellation of the vote results in October 8, 2006 parliamentary elections seems to be over. Sherig-ool Oorzhak, 64, who has been running the republic for the last 17 years, has been not nominated for the new term by President Putin, as the head of the republic and his team beleived. Sherig-ool Oorzhak's 3d term expired on March 17, but no candidature was put forward what signalled that the Kremlin could not make the decision.
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Dina Oyun

Opposition Candidates Whose Victory at the Past Elections was Illegally Cancelled by Election Commission Went on Hunger Strike

Administrative pressure engaged by Tuvan prime-minister Sherig-ool Oorzhak in his desire to stay one more term in office in the past parliamentary elections has led to cancellation of the vote results in the constituencies where opposition received the majority. This decision was mase by the election commission of Kyzyl, whose members were pressed (even in night time) to vote in accordance with the executive power, the pretext for cancellation was the following - the election polls were not formed correctly.

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Dina Oyun

Tuvan Opposition Appeals to Putin

Tuvan opposition has released an open appeal to Russian President Putin attracting his attention to the power crisis in Tuva which under 16 years of Sherig-ool Oorzhak's leadership has come to poor results. It is a second of its kind address to the President with the almost similar critic of the current leader of Tuva. The first one was launched a year ago by the majority in the Tuvan parliament.

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Dina Oyun

New Elections Expected to Settle Parliamentary Crisis in Tuva

Tuva is the only region in Russia to live for over 5 months without a parliament. The much spoken about political crisis goes on and is now at its peak on the eve of its probable solution. The way out is expected to come either in the form of the Supreme Russian Court decision where appeals from United Russia candidates are being considered or in a new parliamentary election appointed for March 11.
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Dina Oyun

New Tuva's Leader Discussed in Kremlin

Current Tuva's leader Sherig-ool Oorzhak's third term expires in March this year. Will he keep running the republic or be substituted? By whom? This week the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Vladislav Surkov met 4 candidates for the position suggested to Kremlin by Anatoli Kvashnin, Presidential Envoy in Siberia.
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Dina Oyun

Criminal Investigation Launched against Great Khural of Tuva

Tuva's Great Khural has been charged with irregularities in financial activity. Criminal action was brought after the checkup held by the Russian Federation Audit Chamber, newslab.ru reports with the reference to the the Prosecutor- General's Office of Russia.
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