Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic
The Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Karakalpak ASSR; Karakalpak: Қарақалпақстан АССР, Qaraqalpaqstan ASSR; Uzbek: Қорақалпоғистон АССР, Qoraqalpog‘iston ASSR; Russian: Каракалпакская АССР, Karakalpakskaya ASSR) also known as Soviet Karakalpakstan or simply Karakalpakstan was an autonomous republic of the Soviet Union. Until 20 July 1932, it was called the Karakalpak Autonomous Oblast. On 5 December 1936, it was merged with the Uzbek SSR. It was the only ASSR in Soviet Central Asia.
|Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic|
Каракалпакская АССР (Russian)
Қорақалпоғистон АССР (Uzbek)
Қарақалпақстан АССР (Karakalpak)
|Autonomous republic of the Uzbek SSR|
|Government||Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic|
|•||Sovereignty declared||14 December 1990|
|•||Republic of Karkalpakstan||21 December 1991|
|•||Soviet Union dissolved||25 December 1991|
On 14 December 1990, Karakalpak ASSR declared state sovereignty over the Soviet laws. Uzbekistan declared independence on 31 August 1991 after the events of the failed coup while Karakalpak ASSR was renamed to and re-established as the Republic of Karakalpakstan on 21 December 1991. The Soviet Union was dissolved on 26 December 1991.
The new constitution was adopted on 8 December 1992, thus making Karakalpakstan as an autonomous republic within Uzbekistan.
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