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Ural autonomist flags (Russia)

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Presentation of Ural

Ural (sensu lato) is the name of both a mountain range and a river, toghether forming the traditional northern border between Europe and Asia. Currently the russian government somewhat recognizes Ural as one of the top level “economic regions”, in which the first order divisions are aggregated, comprising Chelyabinsk Region, Kurgan Region, Orenburg Region, Perm Territory (including Parma), Bashkiria Sverdlovsk Region and Udmurtia.
António Martins, 12 Dec 1998

Ural Transformation movement
(Preobraẑenie Urala | Преображение Урала)

Ural Transformation
image by Victor Lomantsov, 08 Jul 2001

Regional movement Preobrazhenie Urala (Transformation of Ural). This movement exists in Sverdlovsk Oblast of Russia. Information of D. Ivanov from Ekaterinburg.
Victor Lomantsov, 08 Jul 2001

Ural Republic (1992)

In beginning of 1990ies some regional leaders proposed autonomous republics. In that times Autonomous Republics had more rights and more budget than Regions (oblast) and Territories (kraj). People in Regions and Territories considered that this situation was unfair. Main figure in this process was A. Rossel, governor of Sverdlovsk Region. He proclaimed the Ural Republic with capital in Ekaterinburg on 1 july 1993. But official documents about this “proclamation” were not adopted. It was only a verbal act. After discussing with federal government all problems were resolved. Regions obtained equal rights with republics. And the “republican movement” finished. A. Rossel is governor of Sverdlovsk Region now. Analogous processes occured in many regions.
Victor Lomantsov, 17 Apr 2000

In 1992 or 1993 some regions self upgraded to constituent republics, and used ephemeral unofficial flags. One of the main republics was Ural Republic (Sverdlovsk, or Ekaterinenburg, region). Two flags were reported: black - yellow - green horizontal, and white - green - black horizontal.
Jaume Ollé, 15 Apr 2000

Did this self proclaimed Ural Republic consist only of Sverdlovsk Region? And what’s behind the existence of two different flags? Two factions of the republican movement, or did one replace the other?
António Martins, 18 Apr 2000

White, green and black flag

Ural Republic WVN flag
image by António Martins, 15 Feb 2000

The Ural Republic had horizontal white-green-black flag (like in 1918). It was never adopted officially.
Victor Lomantsov, 17 Apr 2000

Black, yellow and green flag

Ural Republic NYV flag
image by Ivan Sache, 15 Sep 1999

This flag is listed under number 116 at the chart Flags of Aspirant Peoples [eba94] as: «Ural Republic - East Russia and West Siberia».
Ivan Sache, 15 Sep 1999