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 Moscow
At the center of the city, in the Central Administrative Okrug, is the Moscow Kremlin, which houses the home of the President of Russia as well as many of the facilities for the national government.
As result, it falls under the administration of a representative appointed by the President of Russia to head the district.
Administrative districts: Zelenogradskiy Administrative Okrug (City of Zelenograd in the federal classification), Northern Administrative Okrug, North-Eastern Administrative Okrug, North-Western Administrative Okrug, Central Administrative Okrug, Eastern Administrative Okrug, Southern Administrative Okrug, South-Eastern Administrative Okrug, South-Western Administrative Okrug, and Western Administrative Okrug.
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 Republic of Kalmykia - Kommersant Moscow
Kalmykia is situated in the steppe, semidesert, and desert zones and occupies a total area of 75 900 square km, which is larger than such European nations as Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands together.
In the south, the territory of Kalmykia borders upon the Kuma-Manych depression and the Manych and Kuma rivers; in the southwest it is washed by Caspian Sea; the northwest part of Kalmykia's territory lies in the Yergeninky Hills.
The Kalmyks fought with fortitude in the battlefront of war and in the partisan resistance on the steppes of Kalmykia, in Belorussia, Ukraine, the Bryansk woods, etc. Twenty-one men were awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union.
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 Kalmykia - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
What sets Kalmykia apart from its neighbors is the fact that it is the only Buddhist territory in Europe.
In 1943 the republic status was recalled as Kalmykia was put directly under control of the central government.
Forced collectivization was a social, economic and cultural disaster, unsuited to the Kalmyk temperament and the dry treeless landscape.
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 Kalmykia - Information at Halfvalue.com
The Republic of Kalmykia (Russian: Респу́блика Калмы́кия; Kalmyk: Хальмг Таңһч) is a federal subject of the Russian Federation (a republic).
Kalmykia is located on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
When the Nazi 16th Motorized Infantry Division under General Henrici took Kalmykia early in 1942, three members of this committee were with them.
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 Politics of Russia
Because of the Russians' dominance in the affairs of the union, the RSFSR failed to develop some of the institutions of governance and administration that were typical of public life in the other republics: a republic-level communist party, a Russian academy of sciences, and Russian branches of trade unions, for example.
The presidential administration is composed of several competing, overlapping, and vaguely delineated hierarchies that historically have resisted efforts at consolidation.
The six administrative departments in existence at that time dealt with citizens' rights, domestic and foreign policy, state and legal matters, personnel, analysis, and oversight, and Chubais inherited a staff estimated at 2,000 employees.
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When the Nazi 16th Motorized Infantry Division under Field Marshal Manstein took Kalmykia early in 1942, three members of this committee were with them.
On 9 January 1957, Kalmykia again became an autonomous oblast, and on 29 July 1958, an autonomous republic within the RSFSR.
After dissolution of the USSR, Kalmykia kept the status of an autonomous republic within the newly formed Russian Federation (effective 31 March 1992).
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 Kalmykia information - Search.com
Kalmykia's natural resources include coal, oil, and natural gas.
Kalmykia has a continental climate, with very hot and dry summers and cold winters with little snow.
On January 9, 1957, Kalmykia again became an autonomous oblast, and on July 29, 1958—an autonomous republic within RSFSR.
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 Kalmykia
When the Nazi 16th Motorized Infantry Division under General Henrici took Kalmykia early in 1942, three members of this committee were with them.
These divisions only deepened when Cyprus was invaded by Turkey’s military in mid-July 1974 after right-wing Greek Cypriots (backed by the military junta ruling Greece at the time) attempted a coup with the intent of joining the island to Greece.
The division at Nicosia has become a curiosity to tourists who look over it to see the buffer zone between the two factions (a no man’s land with abandoned homes and businesses where no civilians are allowed).
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The Republic of Kalmykia (Russian: -- ; Kalmyk: --) is a federal subject of the Russian Federation (a republic).
Kalmykia is located on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
When the Nazi 16th Motorized Infantry Division under General Henrici took Kalmykia early in 1942, three members of this committee were with them.
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 Kalmykia information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Republic of Kalmykia (Kalmyk: Хальмг Таңһч; Russian: Респу́блика Калмы́кия) is a federal subject of the Russian Federation (a republic).
When the Nazi 16th Motorized Infantry Division under Field Marshal Manstein took Kalmykia early in 1942, three members of this committee were with them.
In 1943 was put directly under control of the central government followed by the deportation of the whole Kalmyk nation without notice to Siberia in cattle trucks in midwinter.
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 Geography of Russia - Physical Environment, Global Position and Boundaries, Topography and Drainage, Climate
In 1996 there were eighty-nine administrative territorial divisions: twenty-one republics, six territories (kraya ; sing., kray), forty-nine oblasts (provinces), one autonomous oblast, and ten autonomous regions (okruga ; sing., okrug).
The smallest political division is the rayon (pl., rayony), a unit roughly equivalent to the county in the United States.
Located in east-central Siberia, the Republic of Sakha, formerly known as Yakutia, is the largest administrative division in the federation, twice the size of Alaska.
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A hypothesis of ethnic division of labor might be identified with conditions where the national population was either much more or much less modern than the regional average, roughly, the top right and bottom left quadrants.
One way to test whether the administrative status variable is picking up such spurious correlations is to run regressions of the separatist activism index on administrative status, adding these other potential explanatory factors and observing whether the estimated coefficient on the administrative status variable changes.
When I did this, the administrative status variable remained significant in all cases, and the estimated coefficient (3.9 when no control variables are included) changed little in most cases, and in the most extreme case (controlling for regional population) fell only to 2.4.
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 7th EAWARN Annual Seminar, 16-20 October 2000, Kemer, Turkey
Putin’s administrative reform is not a big issue in the republic which has never passed its own declaration of sovereignty.
To realise his policy several institutions were established: a council of the heads of all the federal administrative units; a council of the elders; a consultative committee of 75 members made up of scholars and practitioners for better decision making.
Republic of Kalmykia: The situation in the North Caucasus affected local stability and there were cases of violent clashes between Chechens and Russians in one of the regions of Kalmykia.
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 Hutt River Independent
According to the political division accepted in the Russian Federation Kalmykia holds an official designation as The Republic of Kalmykia.
The capital and administrative center is located in the city of Elista.
Kalmykia's region is situated in the steppe, semidesert and desert zones and occupies the territory of total 75.9 thousand square km.
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 Caucasian Knot : News
The employees of the District Interior Department of the Priyutnenskiy District of Kalmykia have been charged under Article 293 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (negligence).
Delegates of the Extraordinary Congress of the People of Kalmykia are arriving in Moscow in two buses on March 10, 2004.
The Executive Committee of the Extraordinary Congress of the People of Kalmykia, founded in January 2003 to remove Kirsan Ilyumzhinov from the Kalmyk presidency, intends to arrange a march to Moscow at the end of February.
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 Freedom of Assembly, Russian Federation - Legislationline - free online legislation database
Individual restrictions of rights and liberties with identification of the extent and term of their duration may be instituted under conditions of the state of emergency in order to ensure the safety of citizens and protection of the constitutional system (Art.
Violation of a prescribed procedure of organising a public event results in administrative fine payable by an organiser in the amount of 10-20 official minimal wages (It is established by the Federal Law "On official minimal wage”.
Violation of a prescribed procedure of conduct a public event results in administrative fine payable by participant in the amount of 5-10 official minimal wages (It is established by the Federal Law "On official minimal wage”.
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 Election Report
Opposition to objectionable candidates by administrative methods as well as violations of articles of the Law "On Elections" (regarding granting equality to candidates and guarantees for their activities) are very rarely publicized.
Overt administrative opposition to the campaigning of the election associations "Yabloko" and SPS was observed in Moscow and in St. Petersburg.
According to the parents present, the school administration urgently recommended that the parents vote for the candidate of the administration's preference or else the school might suffer.
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 ISCIP - Perspective
Recognizing that the political system inherited from the Soviet period was that of a rigidly centralized unitary state, they are trying to build a federation, brick by brick, from the bottom up.
Because the new constitution did not resolve the issue of the division of powers between the center and the periphery, however, pressure for autonomy continued.
Sergei Filatov, Yel'tsin's chief of staff, told an interviewer that it was difficult for the center to force the provinces to bring their constitutions and charters into conformity with federal laws.(2) The charter drafted by Tambov Oblast, for example, asserts that laws adopted by the regional legislature take precedence over federal laws.
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 RFE/RL Newsline, 02-10-22
Division commander Yurii Perminov rejected as untrue media reports that junior Afghan army officers and 50 Afghan pilots are being trained in Tajikistan.
Because the region is sparsely populated and its administration apparatus is one of the oblast's largest employers, this process was relatively easy.
It should not be difficult for a new administration to convince the public that improving living standards depends on increased investment in the crucial mining and fisheries sectors.
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Administrative and political decentralization has assigned the responsibility of policy implementation to a local level, which has resulted in a loss of coordination and a minimal implementation of laws and activity regulation.
The Division Chief is Jonathan Brown and the Department Director is Yukon Huang.
In common with much of Siberia, the region is faced with an outmoded industrial infrastructure of insufficient flexibility to be readily adaptable, the economic viability of which is further undermined by the rising cost of fuel and the declining transport subsidies which used to enable access to far-distant potential markets.
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 Research Article- Ostrovskaya - JGB Volume 5
Buryatia, Kalmykia, and Tuva became an integral part of the Russian Empire, which generated the original research area of Buddhist Studies within the Russian academic fields.
In Buryatia, Kalmykia, and Tuva the candidates for the Communist movement were sought among students of Buddhist monasteries.
Contemporary Buryatia, Kalmykia, and Tuva have witnessed the revival of monastic culture, religious education, and the construction of new temples.
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 BORR Terrorism News: Terrorism prevention in Russia: one year after Beslan
The central administrative board on fight against organized crime (GUBOP) was transformed to the Department on fight against organized crime and terrorism of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (DBOPiT).
In Southern federal district there were only two divisions of the level of Special purpose center of FSB: Krasnodar’s "Alpha" and the former seventh department of "Vympel", which had been withdrawn from the Chechen Republic after the first Chechen war and deployed in Stavropol area.
During the summer of 2005 in Dagestan a regional division on of the Special purpose center of FSB of the Southern federal district was created.
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 Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It is the largest administrative division of Tyumen with an area 750,300 km² but is also the most sparsely populated with only 507,006 inhabitants (2002 Census).
The administrative center is Salekhard, and the two largest towns by population are Noyabrsk (pop.
Ethnic groups: As oil workers from across Russia far outnumber indigenous people in the region it should come as no surprise that the Nenets, at 26,435, only make up 5.2% of the population, preceded by Tatars at 27,734 (5.4%), Ukrainians at 66,080 (13%) and ethnic Russians at 298,359 (58.8%).
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 The Jamestown Foundation
Regional leaders learned the lessons of Russia's 1996 presidential campaign, and concluded that victory was most easily achieved by combining an aggressive propaganda campaign in the controlled mass media with a mobilization of all the administrative and organizational resources at their command.
The one thing that has not happened is the division of regions into ideologically-opposed camps, and this I would like to discuss in detail.
It is significant, however, that those governors who had real power in their regions were much less likely to express themselves on this matter, were less adamant when they did so and, over time, stopped talking about it altogether.
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 Republic of Kalmykia | Political division
The Republic of Kalmykia is a sunject of Russian Federation, and is part of the Southern Administrative District.
By January 1, 2001, the republic consists of 11 administrative regions, 3 cities, 112 rural municipal formations, 273 rural settlements.
© Government of the Republic of Kalmykia, 2001-2002.
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 RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Division commander Yurii Perminov rejected as untrue media reports that junior Afghan army officers and 50 Afghan pilots are being trained in Tajikistan.
Because the region is sparsely populated and its administration apparatus is one of the oblast's largest employers, this process was relatively easy.
It should not be difficult for a new administration to convince the public that improving living standards depends on increased investment in the crucial mining and fisheries sectors.
www.rferl.org /newsline/2002/10/221002.asp   (8379 words)

  
 Russia - GEOGRAPHY
The smallest political division is the rayon (pl., rayony), a unit roughly equivalent to the county in the United States.
Located in east-central Siberia, the Republic of Sakha, formerly known as Yakutia, is the largest administrative division in the federation, twice the size of Alaska.
The highest consumption of imported water is in the republics of Sakha (Yakutia) and Kalmykia, Kamchatka and Magadan oblasts in the Far East, and Stavropol' Territory.
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 Boldyrev System - Geography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
According to the administrative-territorial division accepted in the Russian Federation Kalmykia holds an official designation The Republic Kalmykia and has its administrative center at the city of Elista.
In the South the territory of Kalmykia borders upon the Kuma-Manych depression and rivers Manych and Kuma, in the South West it is washed by the Caspian Sea, North West part of Kalmykia's territory is made up by the Yergeninky Hills.
The Kalmykia's segment of Caspian lowlands is called the Sarpa lowlands; its Southern part is the Chernye Zemli.
www.caspiana.ru /eng/kalmykya/geography   (273 words)

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