Selsoviet

(redirected from Rural administration)

Selsoviet

In Russia, a political subdivision equivalent to a rural municipality.
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He said some of the mud houses were not strong enough to withstand the floods, adding that a command centre has been established at the rural administration centre where all affected victims could channel their reports.
A 40-year-old woman from Osh region, who raises 5 children and lives in the building for grave diggers near the territory of the cemetery at the outskirts of the city of Osh, claims that the rural administration is demanding her to leave the territory of the cemetery, Turmush reports.
The changes of the rural administration in Europe: a short international overview
A private university established in 2002, Dev Sanskriti University offers courses in theology, yoga, alternative therapies, Indian culture, tourism, and rural administration, according to Wikipedia.
The authors analyse several aspects of Rwandans' daily life, particularly governance, justice, rural administration, the role of collective memory, and the regional influence exerted by a strong, hierarchical state.
2 (ANI): United Progress Alliance chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Friday said that despite efforts there was a deterioration in the rural administration system and villagers' voice was being quietened.
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.
Earlier the elections of chairmen of the city councils, chairmen of the rural councils, heads of rural administration and mayors were considered valid, if at least 2/3 of the total number of local council members participated in the elections.
The village's tribal administration offices have also been abandoned, with the village's tribal leaders seeking shelter at the Rural Administration Centre.
It was established that the Japalak rural administration on January 20, 2006 allocated a land plot near the Ak-Buura River in the city of Osh to a woman for 10 years.
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