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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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A Plenum of eight members—

Decides questions of dispensation from the
law ;

Determines on various matters connected
with the administration of justice ;

Settles questions as to competency of
authority which have arisen in the Senate
itself ;

Gives its conclusions on international affairs
which are not within the jurisdiction of the
Administrative Department ;

Prepares for submission to the Emperor
and Grand Duke projected ordinances and
regulations, particularly those relating to the
administration of justice, or to the general
rights and duties of public functionaries ; the
most important, however, of these legislative
matters are dealt with by the Plenum of all
the senators.

In certain matters, determined by law, the
Plenum is authorised to make regulations
without submitting the same for the Emperor’s

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