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List of Chairmen of the Supreme Council of Crimea

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List of Chairmen of the Supreme Council of Crimea

Chairman of the Supreme Council of Crimea
Голова Верховної Ради Криму
Post liquidated

since March 15, 2014
Inaugural holder Mykola Bahrov
Formation March 22, 1991
Succession First Deputy Chairman
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of Crimea
See also
Political status of Crimea
Politics of Ukraine
Politics of Russia

This is a list of Chairmen of the Supreme Council of Crimea:

Name Period Party
Mykola Bahrov March 22, 1991 – May 10, 1994 KPU/PEV
Serhii Tsekov May 10, 1994 – July 6, 1995 KPK
Yevhen Suprunyuk July 6, 1995 – October 10, 1996 RB
Vasyl Kyselyov October 10, 1996 – February 13, 1997
Anatoliy Hrytsenko February 13, 1997 – May 14, 1998 PEV
Leonid Hrach May 14, 1998 – April 29, 2002 KPU
Boris Deich April 29, 2002 – May 12, 2006 PR
Anatoliy Hrytsenko May 12, 2006 – March 17, 2010 PR
Vladimir Konstantinov March 17, 2010 – March 15/17, 2014[1][2][3][1] PR


  1. ^ Supreme Council declared dissolved by the Ukrainian Parliament on 15 March 2014, but de facto it continued to work and on 17 March, after controversial Crimean status referendum, renames itself State Council.


  1. ^ VR dissolved the parliament of Crimea. UNIAN. March 15, 2014
  2. ^ In Kiev, Ukraine Parliament Axes Crimea. Forbes. March 15, 2014
  3. ^ Ukraine Votes to Dissolve Crimean Parliament. NBC News. March 15, 2014

External links

  • Official website (Russian)
  • World
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