The Regulation “On the Management of Spiritual Affairs of Armenians of the Armenian-Gregorian Confession in the Russian Empire”, dated March 11, 1836
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Dr. Boris A. Osipian
Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
Moscow, Russian Federation
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In his article by thorough studying of the spiritual and legal essence, and specific provisions of one of the well-known historical sources of the Russian and Armenian legal consciousness and legislation, describes the reasons and conditions for drafting of this state-legal normative act “The Regulation ‘On the Management of Spiritual Affairs of Armenians of the Armenian-Gregorian Confession in the Russian Empire’, dated March 11, 1836”, as well as the main goals and processes of its successful applications in the former Russian Empire.
How to Cite:
Osipian B.A. The Regulation “On the Management of Spiritual Affairs of Armenians of the Armenian-Gregorian Confession in the Russian Empire”, dated March 11, 1836. Lobbying in the Legislative Process. 2023. Vol. 2. No. 4. Pр. 20–26. (In Rus.) DOI: 10.33693/2782-7372-2023-2-4-20-26. EDN: UAEFQQ
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