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Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR


Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR (Ukrainian: Конституція УРСР) was a fundamental law of the Ukrainian SSR which was a part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (federation). There were four editions of the constitution from 1919 to 1991. Three of them were in the Ukrainian language, while the very first (Constitution of 1919) was in the Russian language.

  • Constitution of 1937 (Stalin's Constitution)
  • Constitution of 1978
    • Constitution of 1978 (after independence)

Contents

  • Constitution of 1919 1
  • Constitution of 1929 2
  • Constitution of 1936 3
  • References 4

Constitution of 1919

Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR
Ratified March 10, 1919
Location Kharkiv, Soviet Union
Signatories The 3rd All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets

Constitution of 1929

Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR
Ratified May 15, 1929
Location Kharkiv, Soviet Union
Signatories The 11th All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets

Constitution of 1936

Constitution of the Ukrainian SSR
Ratified January 30, 1937
Location Kiev, Soviet Union
Signatories The 14th All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets (extraordinary)

References

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