Pavlo Movchan

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Movchan in 2007

Pavlo Movchan (Ukrainian: Мовчан Павло Михайлович; born 13 July 1939 in Velyka Vilshanka (in Kiev Oblast)[1]) is a Ukrainian poet[2] and public figure, head of the "Prosvita" Society.[3] Pavlo Movchan is a former deputy of the Ukrainian Parliament elected first in May 1990.[1] Elected in 1990 (Kiev), 1994 (Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast) and 1998 (Rivne Oblast) in a single-mandate constituency.[1] In the 2002 parliamentary election on an Our Ukraine Bloc ticket and Movchan was elected in 2007 on a Bloc Yulia Tymoshenko ticket.[1][4] Movchan became a creating member of Reforms for the Future in February 2011.[4] Movchan did not participate in the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election.[5]

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