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  1. The State Duma is a lower house of the Russian parliament.
  2. The State Duma is the lower house of the Federal Assembly, the parliament of the Russian Federation. (Web site)
  3. The State Duma is a premeditated contempt of peoples--- representation.
  4. The State Duma is a lawmaking body, takes the vote of confidence with regards the Government, appoints Chair of the Central Bank, declares amnesties, etc.
  5. The State Duma was first introduced in 1906 and was Russia's first elected parliament.

State Duma

  1. The Federation Council also is entrusted with the final decision if the State Duma recommends removing the president from office. (Web site)
  2. The first Russian constitution, known as the Fundamental Laws was enacted on April 23, 1906, on the eve of the opening of the first State Duma.
  3. The Federal Council and the State Duma of the first convocation shall be elected for a two-year term. (Web site)
  4. In the State Duma, the Socialist-Revolutionaries did not form their own group, but acted behind the backs of a section of the Trudoviks. (Web site)


  1. And the State Duma is a splendid means for achieving this end. (Web site)
  2. This brings us to our slogan of agitation (the slogan of the R.S.D.L.P.) on the State Duma. (Web site)
  3. In the most significant executive-legislative clash since 1993, the State Duma overwhelmingly voted no confidence in the Government in June 1995. (Web site)
  4. Ecxeption was made for the lodge led by L.K.Chermak and Rose Lodge in the State Duma. (Web site)
  5. From the standpoint of the people’s interests the State Duma is the most barefaced mockery of “popular representation”. (Web site)

Federation Council

  1. All bills, even those proposed by the Federation Council, must first be considered by the State Duma. (Web site)
  2. In the consideration and disposition of most legislative matters, however, the Federation Council has less power than the State Duma. (Web site)
  3. Chairman of Russia-s Federation Council Sergey Mironov is sure that a faction of the -Russian Party of Life- will appear in the State Duma in 2004.


  1. The Council is charged in cooperating with the State Duma in completing and voting on draft laws.
  2. As a result of corruption allegations, the State Duma formed a committee to review the privatization program.
  3. If the State Duma rejects a draft budget from the Government, the budget is submitted to a conciliation commission including members from both branches. (Web site)

Upper House

  1. Several left-leaning State Duma deputies have lamented that Putin has stripped away the upper house---s last hold on checks and balances.
  2. The State Duma has its powers enumerated by the Constitution of Russia.
  3. As the upper house of the Federal Assembly, the Federation Council is viewed as a more formal chamber than the lower house State Duma.
  4. It won a vast majority in 2003 State Duma elections and has unwaveringly backed him since. (Web site)
  5. In all, 41 women were elected to the State Duma, 21 from proportional lists. (Web site)


  1. The State Duma then votes on the compromise bill. (Web site)
  2. The wholesale dismissal of regional legislatures requires the approval of the State Duma. (Web site)
  3. Yeltsin vehemently denounced this action, although it was within the constitutional purview of the State Duma. (Web site)
  4. The legislature, the Federal Assembly, is divided into two chambers, the upper Federation Council and the lower State Duma. (Web site)
  5. An early example was the February 1994 State Duma vote to grant amnesty to the leaders of the 1991 Moscow coup. (Web site)


  1. After that procedure met stiff opposition in the State Duma, Yeltsin implemented it by decree in July 1994.
  2. The State Duma passed a Criminal Procedure Code and other judicial reforms during its 2001 session. (Web site)


  1. Presently there are four parties that make up the State Duma (parliament).
  2. In 1906 founded "Progressists" Party"(Party of democratic reforms) and became a deputy of I State Duma.


  1. If, however, the State Duma repeats the no-confidence vote within three months, the president may dismiss the Government. (Web site)
  2. Russians elect their president, the deputies of the State Duma, governors, mayors and local self-governments.

United Russia

  1. In August 2002, further support for those critical of HAARP technology came from the State Duma (parliament) of Russia.
  2. The first condition, that United Russia win a majority in the State Duma, is a virtual guarantee, pollsters say. (Web site)
  3. In the Dec., 1995, legislative elections the Communist party won the largest share of the vote (22%) and more than a third of the seats in the State Duma. (Web site)
  4. But United Russia does hold a majority in the lower house of parliament, its representatives head all the committees in the State Duma.
  5. Yabloko's State Duma faction numbers 44 deputies. (Web site)


  1. Additionally, there are constitutionally 450 deputies of the State Duma (Article 95), each elected to a term of four years (Article 96).
  2. The non-confidence resolution shall be approved by a simple majority of deputies in the State Duma. (Web site)
  3. A deputy to the State Duma may not be a deputy to any other representative body of state power or bodies of local self-government. (Web site)
  4. The State Duma has 450 deputies elected for a term of four years.
  5. Britannica online encyclopedia article on Russia, The State Duma: The October Manifesto had, however, split the opposition.

Lower House

  1. Yabloko currently holds two seats in the State Duma, the lower house of the Federal Assembly (national legislature).
  2. All of the 450 seats in the State Duma ( Gosudarstvennaya Duma), the lower house of the Federal_Assembly_of_Russia will be chosen.
  3. Under certain conditions, the president may dissolve the State Duma, the lower house of parliament (as a whole, now called the Federal Assembly). (Web site)

Duma Deputies

  1. He is a State Duma deputy, president of the board of the Union of Heroes of Russia and holds lots of other posts.
  2. The charges then must be adopted by a special commission of the State Duma and confirmed by at least two-thirds of State Duma deputies. (Web site)
  3. Yevgeniy Roizman, 43, is more than just a Russian State Duma deputy.

Russian Federation

  1. The State Duma in the Russian Empire and Russian Federation corresponds to the lower house of the parliament.
  2. A deputy of the State Duma of the first convocation may simultaneously be a member of the Government of the Russian Federation.


  1. The State Duma's power to force the resignation of the Government also is severely limited. (Web site)
  2. He was a deputy of the Third Russian State Duma, and was elected the Chairman after the resignation of Aleksandr Guchkov in 1911. (Web site)


  1. As for the provisions of the State Duma Act, they fully confirm our worst expectations. (Web site)
  2. The State Duma confirms the appointment of the prime minister, although it does not have the power to confirm Government ministers. (Web site)


  1. State Duma (lower parliamentary house) speaker Gennady Seleznev held a meeting with new ambassador of Iran to Russia Qolam Reza Shafei Thursday.
  2. Expected to join Putin at the head of the party list are State Duma speaker Boris Gryzlov and Emergency Situations Minister Sergei Shoigu.


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