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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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or by submitting to tlie Senate projected
measures for tlie purpose ;

In exercising surveillance over
functionaries subordinate to them.
The authority of the administrative bodies
now under consideration is determined by laws
and regulations, and is besides limited by the

They must issue annual reports of the work
done during the past year ; these reports being
presented to the Senate and published in the
official statistics.

(63) Provincia I A dministra tion.

Finland is divided into eight administrative
provinces (Iän), each having a governor at its
head. Matters arc submitted to him either by
the provincial secretary at the head of the
chancery, or by the chief provincial controller.
These officials only have a consultative voice,
the governor alone decides ; but their
countersignature is necessary, and, when their views
do not coincide with those of the governor,

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