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Qurultai-Rukh is a regional organization of the People's Movement of Ukraine and a regional council's faction that consists of members from the Qurultay of the Crimean Tatar People in the Supreme Council of Crimea. The association of Crimean Tatars with the People's Movement of Ukraine started back in 1998.[1] The faction supports the signing of the Ukrainian association with the European Union.[2]

As a faction it was created after the 2006 Crimean parliamentary election and received eight seats in the Supreme Council of Crimea.

It was once again created as a faction after the 2010 Crimean parliamentary election and received five seats in the Crimean Council.


  1. ^ Shevel, O. Crimean Tatars and the Ukrainian state: the challenge of politics, the use of law, and the meaning of rhetoric. International Committee for Crimea. 2001
  2. ^ Faction "Qurultai-Rukh" spoke in support of signing the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU. Portal of Crimean Tatars. November 27, 2013

External links

  • Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar Peoples
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