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  4. Government of Russia - Wikipedia

    The government of Russia is the federal executive body of state power of the Russian Federation. The members of the government are the prime minister, the deputy prime ministers, and the federal ministers.

  5. Politics of Russia - Wikipedia

    The constitution prescribes that the Government of Russia, which corresponds to the Western cabinet structure, consist of a prime minister (chairman of the Government), deputy prime ministers, and federal ministers and their ministries and departments. Within one week of appointment by the president and approval by the State Duma, the prime ...

  6. Russia - The World Factbook

    1,848,070,000 metric tonnes of CO2 (2019 est.) from coal and metallurgical coke: 456.033 million metric tonnes of CO2 (2019 est.) from petroleum and other liquids: 470.289 million metric tonnes of CO2 (2019 est.) from consumed natural gas: 921.748 million metric tonnes of CO2 (2019 est.) country comparison to the world: 4.

  7. What Type Of Government Does Russia Have? - WorldAtlas

    In theory, Russia is a federal, democratic state. In practice, it is believed that virtually all power in Russia is in the hands of its president, Vladimir Putin. Putin has ruled Russia since the year 2000. Since Putin took power in Russia, he has been accused of eroding human rights and democratic freedoms in the country.

  8. Russia, country that stretches over a vast expanse of eastern Europe and northern Asia. Once the preeminent republic of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.; commonly known as the Soviet Union), Russia became an independent country after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991. Russia.

  9. Russia - Soviet Union, Reforms, Dissolution, Executive Branch...

    Regional and local government. Under the Russian constitution the central government retains significant authority, but regional and local governments have been given an array of powers. For example, they exercise authority over municipal property and policing, and they can impose regional taxes.

  10. How Is Russia Governed? | AHA

    The federal government The USSR, in terms of law, is a federated state of 16 union republics now as compared with 4 in 1923. Each republic has a constitutional right to secede from the Soviet Union—but it is open to question if any state would attempt or be successful in an attempt to exercise that right.

  11. Who are Russia’s supporters? - The Economist

    The Economist Intelligence Unit, our sister company, has measured government actions globally since the war broke out, and countries’ historical ties with Russia, to divide the world into...

  12. US urged to reveal UFO evidence after claim that it has ...

    The US has been urged to disclose evidence of UFOs after a whistleblower former intelligence official said the government has possession of “intact and partially intact” alien vehicles. The ...

  13. Russia - National Geographic Kids

    GEOGRAPHY Russia, the largest country in the world, occupies one-tenth of all the land on Earth. It spans 11 time zones across two continents (Europe and Asia) and has coasts on three oceans...