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Left in 1990Edit

  • Lithuania- March 11, 1990- Long-standing ethnic issues. Never wanted to be part of the union any way.
  • Latvia (de facto) – August 21, 1991- Long-standing ethnic issues. Never wanted to be part of the union any way.
  • Estonia – August 20, 1991- Long-standing ethnic issues. Never wanted to be part of the union any way.
  • Armenia – August 23, 1990- Long-standing ethnic issues. Would have stayed in a looser capitalist federation.
  • Abkhazia – August 25, 1990.
  • Transnistria – September 2, 1990.
  • Udmurtia- A sovereign state in October 1990-? 1991. Recent ethnic issues. Would have stayed in a capitalist confederation.

Left in 1991Edit

  • Republic of Tatarstan, 1991- ? 1994
  • Georgia – April 9, 1991- Long-standing ethnic issues. Would have stayed in a hard line USSR.
  • Gagauzia - August 19, 1991
  • Ukraine – August 24, 1991- Left fearing Russian nationalism. Would have settled for a looser socialist  federation.
  • Belarus – August 25, 1991- Left to stem of Bylorussian nationalism. Would have settled for a looser communist federation.
  • Moldova – August 27, 1991- Gradually became fed up with the reformed union and more nationalistic at the same time. It's isolation from the then remains of the USSR. They also did not agree with the coup leaders declairing martial law in Moldova with out Moldova's concent. Would have settled for a reformed USSR.
  • Kyrgyzstan – August 31, 1991- Resigned in disgust as the coup leaders tryed to remove the republic's leader and over ethnic issues. Never wanted to be part of the union any way, but would have settled for a looser capitalist federation.
  • Uzbekistan – September 1, 1991- Gradually became fed up with the reformed union and more nationalistic at the same time. Would have settled for a reformed USSR.
  • Nagorno-Karabakh – September 2, 1991
  • Tajikistan – September 9, 1991- Resigned in disgust as the coup leaders tryed to remove the republic's parliament favouring of the hard line leader of the republic and over long standing ethno-religious. Never wanted to be part of the union any way, but would have settled for a looser capitalist federation.
  • Azerbaijan – October 18, 1991- Gradually became fed up with the reformed union and more nationalistic at the same time. Would have stayed in a hard line USSR.
  • Turkmenistan – October 27, 1991- Gradually became fed up with the reformed union and more nationalistic at the same time. Terkmanbashis's huge ego also played a significant role as did it's isolation from the then remains of the USSR.  Would have settled for a reformed USSR.
  • Chechen Republic of Ichkeria - November 1, 1991
  • South Ossetia – November 28, 1991. North Ossetian SSR finally became the first autonomous republic of the RSFSR to officially declare it's full national sovereignty, on June 20, 1990 (although it still remains firmly part of Russia). In 1991, North Ossetian SSR was renamed the Republic of North Ossetia–Alania.
  • Russia – December 12, 1991- Left due to Boris Yelstin's ego and Russian nationalism. Would have settled for a looser klepto-capitalist federation.
  • Kazakhstan – December 16, 1991- Gradually became fed up with the union and more nationalistic at the same time. Assumed independence since the USSR did not exist any more. Would have settled for a reformed USSR.

Autonomy in 1993Edit

  • The Ural Republic July 1, 1993 to November 9, 1993. It was formed as a result of a referendum held on April 12, 1993 by Eduard Rossel.

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