Administrative Intergovernmental Agreements, Russia
Institutions and officials performing administrative functions act as the parties of the agreements.
Execution of these functions is the primary matter of these agreements.
The latter are usually subordinates to the legislative measures.
Russia belongs to a relatively small group of countries where administrative agreements have been being extensively used for shaping federal-regional, interregional, regional-municipal, and...
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