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Right Sector 
Ukrainian militant group
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LocationUkraine
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  • 2013
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Pravy Sektor (es); Jobb Szektor (hu); Правый сектор (ru); Prawyj Sektor (de-ch); Prawyj Sektor (de); Right Sector (en-gb); 右区党 (zh); Pravij sektor (da); Sectorul de dreapta (ro); 右派セクター (ja); Högra Sektorn (sv); Правий сектор (uk); 우익 섹터 (ko); Right Sector (en-ca); Pravý sektor (cs); Settore Destro (it); Secteur droit (fr); Pravij sektor (hr); Oiged sektor (vep); Pravyi Sektor (vi); Pravyy Sektor (pt-br); Oikea sektori (fi); Prawy Sektor (pl); Setor Direito (pt); Rechtse Sector (nl); Pravi Sèktor (ca); Правы сэктар (be-tarask); Sağ Sektör (tr); Правы сектар (be); Right Sector (en); القطاع الأيمن (ar); Δεξιός Τομέας (el); Desni sektor (sh) parti politique ukrainien (fr); partai politik di Ukraina (id); політична партія та громадська націоналістична організація. (uk); organisatie uit Oekraïne (nl); неформальная правоэкстремистская группировка и политическая партия (ru); ukrainalainen nationalistinen poliittinen puolue (fi); Ukrainian militant group (en); מפלגה באוקראינה (he); partido político ucraniano (pt)
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Description: The Right Sector (Ukranian — Пра́вий се́ктор) emerged as a radical protest group during the Euromaidan movement in Ukraine with Dmytro Yarosh as a leader. The Right Sector was formed by the members of UNA-UNSO, Trident of Stepan Bandera, Patriots of Ukraine, White Hammer, Chernyi Komitet (Black Committee), soccer ultras and other citizens of Ukraine. During the Euromaidan, Right Sector militants participated in December 2013 Euromaidan riots and 2014 Hrushevskoho Street riots. On March 22, 2014, the Right Sector became a legal political party after Ukrainian National Assembly (UNA) held a party congress, voted to change its name to «Right Sector» and elected Dmytro Yarosh as its leader. On April 8, 2014, Dmytro Yarosh's registration as a presidential candidate was approved by the Election Authorities of Ukraine, he collected 1 % of the vote during the 2014 presidential elections.

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