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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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By tlie decrees of June 2, 1826, of November
28, 1859, of April 20, 1863, and more especially
by that of January 15, 1883, the Emperor and
Grand Duke delegated to the Senate the right

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of deciding upon many matters hitherto
reserved for the consideration of the Sovereign.

It must be added, that the Administrative
Department has also a contentious jurisdiction, in
the last instance, concerning all affairs of public

General Observations.

(21) We have already started, in reference to
the functions of the Plenum of the Senate, that it
promulgates the laws. In the same way, all the
legislative acts that have not required the
cooperation of the Diet are promulgated by the
Senate, either in Plenum or in the
Administrative Department.

The duty of executing, or of causing to be
executed, the decisions and commands of the
Emperor and Grand Duke, is also imposed on
the Senate.

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