He is a member of the Ukrainian Parliament and president of the Ukrainian Jewish Committee. Feldman is also a co-founder of the Institute of Human Rights and the Prevention of Extremism and Xenophobia.
Feldman first entered the Ukrainian parliament after winning a single-member district located in Kharkiv during the 2002 Ukrainian parliamentary election. In parliament he joined the United Ukraine faction and when that party merged with Batkivshchyna Feldman joined this party too.
Batkivshchyna was a part of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc during the 2006 Ukrainian parliamentary election and 2007 Ukrainian parliamentary election Feldman was re-eleted into parliament on a party ticket of this bloc of political parties. He also was of its Kharkiv regional party organization. In March 2011 Feldman left the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc faction in parliament and joined the Party of Regions. He did so citing too much influence of nationalism in the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc.
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