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Q: When did the fifteen republics of the Soviet Union declare for their independence?
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What happened to the Soviet Union in 1991?

15 republics declared independence and Soviet Union no longer existed.


Who was the first country to declare independence from the soviet union?

Lithuania


What is the USSR?

Union of Soviet Socialist Republic.It was disbanned over 10 years ago and the various republics such as the Ukraine obtained their independence.


What happened to the governments of the former Soviet republics after independence?

one by one, the Soviet republics declared independence. The Warsaw Pact was dissolved. By the end of 1991, the Soviet Union no longer existed. The huge country had become 15 different nations.Each former Soviet republic set up its own non-Communist government. The countries of Eastern Europe that had been under Soviet control held democratic elections, and many wrote or revised their constitutions.


Were the baltic states the first to delcare independence from Soviet Union?

Lithuania was the first Soviet republic to declare independence, in mid-March 1990. Estonia followed about two weeks later. Latvia was the last Baltic state to declare independence, and did so in May of 1990. However, the Soviet government retained power (through military force) over these republics until Yeltsin formally dissolved the Soviet Union as a legal entity in December 1991. Ignoring the democratic process, he did this despite the fact that there had been an all-Union referendum with about 76% of voters voting to retain the Soviet Union, in a revised form that made membership voluntary. - Thomas Callahan, grad student in Russian Studies, New York University.

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