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Encyclopedia > List of political parties in Transnistria
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Transnistria (4046 words)
Northern Transnistria was part of the historical region of Podolia while the southern area, which came under the control of the Ottoman Empire in 1504, was part of what came to be known as Yedisan.
According to the census in 1989, the population in Transnistria was 39.9% Moldovan, 28.3% Ukrainian, 25.4% Russian, 1.9% Bulgarian.
Transnistria retaliated by a series of actions meant to destabilize the economic situation in Moldova, in particular, by cutting the power supply from the power plants that were built predominantly in Transnistria in Soviet times.
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