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Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma


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    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Duma
    • Gosduma (Russia : 1993- )
    • Russian State Duma (Russia : 1993- )
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Rossiĭskai︠a︡ Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma
    • Russia (Federation). Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma Federalʹnogo Sobranii︠a︡ Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. State Duma
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Parliament
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Parlament Rossiĭskoi Federat︠s︡ii
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Russian Parliament
    • Duma (Russia : 1993- )
    • Russia (Federation). Duma
    • Russia (Federation). Federalʹnoe Sobranie. Russian State Duma
    • Russia (Federation). Федеральное Собрание. Государственная Дума
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    • found: McFaul, M. Causes and consequences of Russia's 1993 parliamentary elections, 1994:CIP galley (Duma; State Duma; Russia's Parliament, predecessor was the Congress of Peoples' Deputies)
    • found: Russia's parliamentary election and constitutional referendum, 1994:p. 3 (On Sept. 21, 1993, President Boris Yeltsin dissolved the Supreme Soviet, claiming that parliament had "lost its ability to fulfill the main function of a representative body". He introduced presidential rule for 3 months prior to elections and issued a decree calling for Dec. 11 and 12 elections to a new Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation) p. 7 (Yeltsin"s Sept. decree mandated a bicameral parliament (Federal Assembly)[Federalʹnoe Sobranie]: a 450-member lower house (the State Duma)[Gosudarstvennai︠e︡ Duma], which resembles the U.S. House of Representatives, and a 178-member upper house (the Federation Council)[Sovet Federat︠s︡ii], analogous to the U.S. Senate)
    • found: Izvestii︠a︡, Feb. 18 1994:p. 2 (Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii)
    • found: Russia (Federation). Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ duma. Postanovlenii︠a︡ i drugie dokumenty, 1994:t.p. (Federalʹnoe Sobranie--Parlament Rossiĭskoe Federat︠s︡ii) p. 4, etc. (Gosudarstvennoĭ Dumy Federalʹnogo Sobranii︠a︡ Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii)
    • found: Pi︠a︡tai︠a︡ Rossiĭskai︠a︡ Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma, 1994:p. 3, etc. (Gosudarstvenai︠a︡ Duma, Gosdumy; the first Duma was established by law on 6 August 1905 with the imperial decree of Czar Nicholas II. There were four sessions of the Duma: the first starting from April 1906 and the forth ending in Jan. 1918 when it was dissolved by the Bolsheviks. The newly reconstituted 5th Gos. Duma was elected on 12 Dec. 1993 after the abolishment of the Verkhovnyĭ Sovet, which itself was to lead to the forming of the Federalʹnoe Sobranie)
    • found: Federalʹnoe Sobranie, 1994:p. 6 (In chapter 5, article 94 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation is stated: Federalʹnoe Sobranie--parlament Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii--i︠a︡vli︠a︡etsi︠a︡ predstavitelʹnym i zakonodatelʹnym organom Rossiĭskoĭ Federat︠s︡ii. The Federalʹnoe Sobranie consists of two chambers: the Sovet Federat︠s︡ii and the Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma)
    • found: Reglament Gosudarstvennoĭ Dumy Federalʹnogo Sobranii︠a︡ - Parlamenta Rossiĭskoi Federat︠s︡ii, 1994.
    • found: Smith, S.F. The politics of institutional choice, c2001:CIP t.p. (Russian State Duma)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Do not confuse with the heading: Russia. Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma which was the heading for the Czarist Parliament existing from 1906-1918 (n50-59039)]
    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
    • [Some sources refer to both the Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ Duma and the Federalʹnoe Sobranie as the Russian Parliament]
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    • 1994-03-17: new
    • 2013-04-17: revised
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