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a disabled person who used to live and work in the territory of the Uzbek SSR, complained to me about the non-receipt from Uzbekistan of the payments due to him for compensation for harm to his health.
He was elected as the president of the Uzbek SSR during the session of the Supreme Council of the Republic in March 1990.
1918) 1959-63 Khodzhaev Samarkand (1) Uzbek SSR 1st dep.
Table 1 Soviet Regional Units at the lime of the Bifurcation of the Party Apparatus in 1962 SSR Units Oblasts Krais AOs ASSRs RSFSR 78(42) 51 (42) 6 (0) 5 (0) 16 (0) Belorussian SSR 6(6) 6 (6) 0 0 0 Kazakh SSR 18(3) 15 (3) 3 (0) 0 0 Kirghiz SSR 1 (1) 1 (1) 0 0 0 Uzbek SSR 8(4) 7(4) 0 0 1 (0) Ukrainian SSR 25(19) 25(19) 0 0 0 Totals 136(75) 105 (75) 9 (0) 5 (0) 17 (0) Units are regional units, and AOs are autonomous oblasts.
In 1966 he moved to the state planning office of the Uzbek SSR where he worked as chief specialist and later as first deputy chairman of the State planning office.
They were all awaiting a decree to forbid paranji-wearing in the Uzbek SSR.
Despite the policy of colonization continued in the Uzbek SSR and other republics, national consciousness and national movements did not die out completely.
in 000) Russian SFSR 6,592,800 146,000 Ukrainian SSR 233,100 51,377 Uzbek SSR 172,700 19,569 Kazakh SSR 1,049,200 16,470 Byelorussian SSR 80,200 10,141 Azerbaijan SSR 33,400 6,921 Georgian SSR 26,911 5,297 Tadzhik SSR 54,019 4,969 Moldavian SSR 13,012 4,224 Kirghiz SSR 76,642 4,238 Lithuanian SSR 26,173 3,682 Armenian SSR 11,306 3,459 Turkmen SSR 188,417 3,455 Latvian SSR 24,695 2,673 Estonian SSR 17,413 1,571