Selsoviet

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Selsoviet

In Russia, a political subdivision equivalent to a rural municipality.
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For his part, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Mr Frans Van Der Westhuizen indicated that the request to augment the P1.5 million raised from the Constituency Community Development Fund to build a rural administration center was not possible this year due to financial constraints.
Rural administration on its basis is obliged to allow development by a company.
This picture is the inverse of what is contained in the records of the nascent national archive, where the bulk of the surviving colonial documents deal with rural administration rather than provincial capitals.
The rural administration, in turn, said that the family is registered as a family in difficult life situation.
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The behaviour of the sel'sovety drove home to the regime the degree to which the state needed to restructure and strengthen the rural administration if it was going to capture the peasantry.
An effort to streamline rural administration failed to prevent local bureaucracy from growing much more rapidly than the work force.
From the 1920s, however, colonial urban planning and rural administration worked to dismantle these networks and to create a distinction between the two.
Meanwhile, Mr Mafoko mentioned that though they had achieved a lot in the last five years, the council had not been able to construct the Rural Administration Centre through the Public Private Partnership as anticipated since one interested party had taken the matter to court.
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