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dc.contributor.authorЮхо, Язэп Аляксандравіч-
dc.identifier.citationВеснік Беларускага дзяржаўнага універсітэта. Серыя 3, Гісторыя. Філасофія. Паліталогія. Сацыялогія. Эканоміка. Права. - Мінск : Універсітэцкае, 1996. - № 3. - С. 85-89.ru
dc.description.abstractIn 1791 the state reforms were introduced as part of the adoption of a constitution. Rzecz Pospcdita had been a confederation made up by the Great Principility of Lithuania and Poland. There hadn't been centralized government in Rzeczpospolita and the King and the Sejm hadn't had real power. Under the Constitution of 1791 legislative power was vested in the Sejm and executive power was vested in the Cabinet with the King at the head. From then on the confederation became a single federal state. Two states amalgamated as one. The rights of the common people were expanded creating conditions for further progress within the stateru
dc.publisherМінск : Універсітэцкаеru
dc.subjectЭБ БГУ::ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЕ НАУКИ::Государство и право. Юридические наукиru
dc.subjectЭБ БГУ::ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЕ НАУКИ::История. Исторические наукиru
dc.subjectЭБ БГУ::ГРАМАДСКІЯ НАВУКІ::Гісторыя. Гістарычныя навукіru
dc.titleКанстытуцыя Рэчы Паспалітай 3-га мая 1791 г. і Беларусьru
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