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The Concept of the Executive Power of the Russian Empire in 1905 - 1906

ФИО студента: Aleksey Peresedov

Руководитель: Anastasija S. Tumanova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Legal History, Theory and Philosophy of Law (Master)

Год защиты: 2018

In this paper, the author attempts to establish objective criteria for the concept, essence, functions and powers of the executive power in 1905-1906. The considered period is extremely interesting for studying by what is characterized by the reform of the executive power in the Russian Empire against the backdrop of the establishment of the legislative body - the State Duma. In this regard, the reform of the executive power was closely linked with the need to strengthen the unity of the activities of ministers in order to establish a political counterweight to the people's representatives. This study involves working with regulatory legal acts of the Russian Empire of 1905-1906, as well as the works of pre-revolutionary, Soviet and modern researchers who were devoted to the analysis of the formation of the Russian Empire in 1905-1906. independent institution of executive power. Judgments of domestic state and public figures can serve as a theoretical basis for comprehensive analysis and research of the state of executive power contained in the Constitution of the modern Russian state. Despite more than a century ago, the judgments of officials, public figures and publicists about the essence of the executive power remain very useful and can be used in the reform of the modern political system of the Russian Federation, since even now the question of the place of the executive in the system of the state mechanism and possible options for deterrence remains relevant.

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