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Oleksandr Feldman

Oleksandr Feldman

Oleksandr Borisovich Feldman (born 6 January 1960 in Kharkiv) is a Ukrainian businessman and politician, financier of education, and one of the community leaders of the Ukrainian Jewish community.

He is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament and president of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee.[1] Feldman is also a co-founder of the Institute of Human Rights and the Prevention of Extremism and Xenophobia.[2]

Feldman first entered the Ukrainian parliament after winning a single-member district located in Kharkiv during the 2002 Ukrainian parliamentary election.[3] In parliament he joined the United Ukraine faction and when that party merged with Batkivshchyna Feldman joined this party too.[3][4][5][6]

Batkivshchyna was a part of the

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  3. ^ a b c d e f g h (Russian)/(website has automatic Google Translate option) Short bio, LIGA
  4. ^ (Ukrainian) All-Ukrainian Union BatkivshchynaВсеукраїнське об'єднання "Батьківщина" , RBC Ukraine
  5. ^ ORANGE COALITION CRUMBLES AHEAD OF POLLS, The Jamestown Foundation (30 November 2005)
  6. ^ (Ukrainian) Party "United Ukraine"Партія «Єдина Україна» , poli.in.ua
  7. ^ (Ukrainian) Всеукраїнське об'єднання „Батьківщина“, Database DATA
  8. ^ (Ukrainian) Candidates and winner for the seat in constituency 174 in the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election, RBK Ukraine
  9. ^ (Ukrainian) Mayors of major cities joined the party "Our Land" and go to the polls, Espreso TV (4 August 2015)

References

Feldman joined the party Our Land in August 2015.[9]

In the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election Feldman as an independent candidate won the same single-member district as in 2012 with 64.94% of the votes.[8][3]

In the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election Feldman won a parliamentary seat in a single-member district located in Kharkiv for Party of Regions.[3]

[3] He did so citing to much influence of nationalism in the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc.[3].Party of Regions In March 2011 Feldman left the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc faction in parliament and joined the [3]

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