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Tango0130 Nov 2019 4:03 p.m. PST

… Ottoman Empire

"After the Russian Government, founded after the the October Revolution which demolished the tsarist regime in Russia, took the control of the center, it aimed at gaining control in the surrounding regions of the country as well. Within this framework, it sent a committee of three deputies to Caucasia to represent the three communities of the region (Turk, Armenian, and Georgian). In the meantime, the regional nations who saw the chaotic atmosphere created by the October Revolution as a chance to establish independent states started some initiatives. The gathering of the Armenian National Assembly in Tbilisi in September of 1917 is one of the examples of these independence activities. However, the revolutionists didn't primarily allow the independence and established an administrative organization called the Caucasia Executive Assembly in the region, and they tried to prevent the separatist movements by giving representation rights in this assembly to the three big communities in the region. With the establishment of this assembly, the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic, composed of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia was declared. After the declaration of the Transcaucasia Democratic Federative Republic, a government from the Caucasia Executive Assembly was founded and five ministers of this government were Georgian, three ministers were Armenian, and three ministers were Turkish (Palabıyık-Deveci, 2009, p. 256-257)…"
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