Reforming the System of the Russian Empire State Structure to Increase the Management Efficiency in the Context of Parliamentarism
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Ruslan R. Vildanov, Svetlana V. Shalagina, Elvira N. Iamalova, Aibulat R. Yanguzin, Liudmila O. Iziliaeva
Ruslan R. Vildanov
The article describes the reform of the system of the Russian Empire state structure. The authors analyze the nature of changes in the public administration system of the Russian Empire after the appearance of the first parliament in Russia and identify the criteria for the effectiveness of state institutions. The authors also note the similarity of the Russian and European revolutions, as well as the similarity of the Russian constitution with the West European ones, considering its character as an octroyed constitution. Further, the limited nature of the rights of the Russian parliament is emphasized. The authors conclude with stating that the Russian Empire after the convocation of the Parliament in 1906 was a dualistic monarchy.
Russian Empire, Constitution, State Duma, Parliament, October Manifesto