of December 29, 1999 No. 218-FZ
About total number of magistrate judges and the number of judicial sites in subjects of the Russian Federation
Accepted by the State Duma on November 24, 1999
Article 1. Based on article 4 of the Federal law "About Magistrate Judges in the Russian Federation" and taking into account offers of legislative (representative) bodies of the subjects of the Russian Federation approved with the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to determine number of magistrate judges and the number of judicial sites corresponding to it in the following subjects of the Russian Federation:
The Republic of Adygea (Adygea) - 24; Altai Republic - 14; The Republic of Bashkortostan - 215; The Republic of Buryatia - 54; The Republic of Dagestan - 131; The Republic of Ingushetia - 23; Kabardino-Balkar Republic - 50; The Republic of Kalmykia - 19; The Karachay-Cherkess Republic - 26; The Republic of Karelia - 38; The Komi Republic - 60; The Republic of Crimea - 100; The Republic of Mari El - 40; The Republic of Mordovia - 44; The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) - 63; The Republic Northern Ossetia-Alania - 35; The Republic of Tatarstan (Tatarstan) - 190; The Republic of Tyva - 26; The Udmurt Republic - 85; The Republic of Khakassia - 35; The Chechen Republic - 66; The Chuvash Republic Chuvashia - 68; Altai Krai - 143; Zabaykalsky Krai - 68; Kamchatka Krai - 37; Krasnodar Krai - 270; Krasnoyarsk Krai - 167; Perm Krai - 146; Primorsky Krai - 109; Stavropol Krai - 145; Khabarovsk Krai - 75; The Amur region - 49; The Arkhangelsk region - 69; The Astrakhan region - 53; The Belgorod region - 80; The Bryansk region - 76; The Vladimir region - 75; The Volgograd region - 145; The Vologda region - 66; The Voronezh region - 117; The Ivanovo region - 62; The Irkutsk region - 135; The Kaliningrad region - 48; The Kaluga region - 55; The Kemerovo region - 147; The Kirov region - 80; The Kostroma region - 49; The Kurgan region - 53; Kursk region - 66; The Leningrad region - 87; The Lipetsk region - 64; The Magadan region - 11; The Moscow region - 362; Murmansk region - 48; The Nizhny Novgorod Region - 179; The Novgorod region - 41; The Novosibirsk region - 138; The Omsk region - 114; The Orenburg region - 112; The Oryol region - 48; The Penza region - 76; The Pskov region - 43; The Rostov region - 230; The Ryazan region - 70; The Samara region - 162; The Saratov region - 134; The Sakhalin region - 33; Sverdlovsk region - 219; The Smolensk region - 56; The Tambov region - 60; The Tver region - 83; The Tomsk region - 56; Tula region - 83; The Tyumen region - 74; The Ulyanovsk region - 71; Chelyabinsk region - 183; The Yaroslavl region - 70; the federal city of Moscow - 438; the federal city of St. Petersburg - 211; the federal city of Sevastopol - 21; The Jewish Autonomous Region - 12; The Nenets Autonomous Okrug - 3; Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug - 78; Chukotka Autonomous Okrug - 4; The Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area - 31.
President of the Russian Federation
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