The government of Russia exercises executive power in the Russian Federation. The members of the government are the Prime Minister, the deputy prime ministers, the federal ministers, it has its legal basis in the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the federal constitutional law "On the Government of the Russian Federation". According to the 1991 amendment to the 1978 Russian Constitution, the President of Russia was the head of the executive branch and headed the Council of Ministers of Russia. According to the current 1993 Constitution of Russia, the President is not a part of the Government of Russia, which exercises executive power. But, the President does appoint the Prime Minister; the Chapter 6 of the Constitution of Russia says, that "The Government of the Russian Federation consists of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries". The large body was preceded by Government of the Soviet Union.
Since the Russian Federation emerged in 1991 to 1992, the government's structure has undergone several major changes. In the initial years, a large number of government bodies the different ministries, underwent massive reorganization as the old Soviet governing networks were adapted to the new state. Many reshuffles and renamings occurred. On 28 November 1991, President of the RSFSR Boris Yeltsin signed presidential decree No.242 "On reorganization of the government bodies of the RSFSR". Yeltsin declared the end of the Soviet Union and became the President of the Russian Federation. Yeltsin was promised Western-styled democracy. In 1993 the new Russian Constitution was adopted; the new Constitution gained legitimacy through its bicameral legislature, independent judiciary, the position of the president and the prime minister, democratic features. These democratic features included competitive multi-party elections, separation of powers and protection of civil liberties. In 1999, Yeltsin appointed Vladimir Putin as the Prime Minister.
In that year, Yeltsin resigned from the presidency and Putin took over. In 2000 Putin won the presidential election; the most recent change took place on 21 January 2020, when President Vladimir Putin signed a presidential decree on forming Mikhail Mishustin's Cabinet. The Government is the subject of the 6th chapter of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. According to the constitution, the government of the Russian Federation must: draft and submit the federal budget to the State Duma; the government issues its acts in the way of orders. These must not contradict the constitution, federal constitutional laws, federal laws, Presidential decrees, are signed by the Prime Minister; the Government assists the Prime Minister, in faithfully carrying out the country's domestic and foreign policy as determined by the President, in general. Security Council of Russia List of heads of government of Russia Government of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Government of the Soviet Union Russian Foreign Services Russia under Vladimir Putin Official website of the Government of Russia Organigram of the federal executive bodies at government webpage
Doris Houck was an American film actress. She appeared in 25 films from 1932 to 1955. Houck was the daughter of Mrs. George Houck, she is familiar to modern viewers for her roles in several Three Stooges short subjects, such as G. I. Wanna Home, she is best remembered as the aggressive girlfriend who throws Shemp Howard's head into a vise until he decided to marry her in Brideless Groom: Shemp: "Stop, I'm getting a headache!" Houck: "I'll fix your headache!"Houck was married to San Antonio, Texas oil man Edward G. Nealis. On January 6, 1950, Houck married Los Angeles police officer and Hollywood fixer Fred Otash, in Beverly Hills, they were divorced twice: the first order was vacated following a November 1950 reconciliation, their second and final divorce was granted on June 19, 1952. Houck died on December 14, 1965. Brideless Groom Little Miss Broadway G. I. Wanna Home Mr. Noisy Shadowed Landrush Heading West Two-Fisted Stranger Life with Blondie Doris Houck on IMDb
Sultan Ibrahim Ali Omar Shah or known as Sultan Tengah, born with the title of Pengiran Raja Tengah, was the first and only ruler of the Sultanate of Sarawak. His father, Sultan Muhammad Hassan, was Brunei's ninth Sultan from 1582 to 1598. At his death, he was succeeded by Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar; the new Sultan's younger brother, Pengiran Muda Tengah wanted to become Sultan of Brunei by claiming himself rightful successor on the basis of having been born when his father became the Crown Prince. Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar responded by proclaiming Pengiran Muda Tengah as Sultan of Sarawak, as at that time Sarawak was a territory administered by Brunei. After the proclamation been made, Pengiran Muda Tengah went to Sarawak to prepare for his coronation, he brought with him a few nobles. Upon arriving in Sarawak, Sultan Tengah build a palace in the area which known as present day Kuching, he began to consolidate his power, appointing several of his loyal supporters to high rank in his administration.
He introduced the post of Datu Patinggi, Datu Shahbandar, Datu Amar and Datu Temenggong. Sultan Tengah proclaim himself Sultan Ibrahim Ali Omar Shah, was known as Sultan Abdul Jalil. Sultan Tengah married Puteri Suria Kesuma, the younger sister of the Sultan of Sukadana, Sultan Muhammad Saifuddin, she gave birth to the princes Pengiran Badaruddin and Pengiran Abdul Wahab. In Matan, Sultan Tengah married the Matan Princess who had the son Pengiran Mangku Negara, who became Sultan of Matan. Sultan Tengah was killed at Batu Buaya in 1641 by one of his followers, he was buried in Kampong Batu Buaya. With his death, the Sultanate of Sarawak came to an end and consolidated into Brunei once more