Administrative Structure in RussiaEdit This
Government type: Federation.
” The Chief of State is the President. The President is elected by popular vote for a four-year term.
” The Head of Government is the Premier and Chairman of the Russian Federation Government.
Based on civil law system; judicial review of legislative acts. The Constitution was adopted 12 December 1993.
Administratively, Russia includes 21 republics; 6 territories known as krays; 10 national areas called okrugs; 49 regions, or oblasts; 1 autonomous oblast; and 2 cities with federal status.