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(1889) [MARC] Author: Leo Mechelin Translator: Charles J. Cooke
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the Emperor and Grand Duke has the right,
without the co-operation of the Diet, to issue
decrees relating to the details of its

Every project tending to modify the university
statutes is examined by the Senate, before being
submitted for the Emperor’s sanction.

The autonomy of the university—an autonomy
which, for that matter, does not constitute
independence of State authority—it is rather a
separate system from the other administrations—
does not extend to the budget ; it is the Senate
that considers and submits to the Emperor all
alterations to be made in the university budget.

D.—Public Functionaries.

(70) Qualification.

None but Finnish citizens may enter the civil
service of Finland. The law admits but one
exception to this rule, and that is in the case
of a foreigner who, by his great and brilliant
qualities, might be particularly useful to the

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