REGULATIONS of the Commissariat of the Internal Affairs of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia

(Approved by the Third Session of the CEC on 8-9 October 1924; went into force

on 12 January 1925)

I. General Provisions

1.The Commissariat of the Internal Affairs is the central organ for the internal management and at the same time it exercises the function of the executive staff for the Central Executive committee and the Presidium of the CEC of Georgia.

2. The major aim of the Commissariat of the Internal Affairs is as follows:

a) supervision over the arrangement and activity of the local agencies of the state.

b) monitoring over the implementation of decrees and resolutions of administrative character issued by the state organs at the central and local levels; it shall encourage or force the relevant organs or entity to implement the decrees and resolutions.

c) to maintain the state order and public peace;

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the commissariat of Internal Affairs shall:

d) submit the report to the Central Executive committee of Georgia or its Presidium on the legal acts and amendments adopted by the governing organs of the autonomous entities if these acts run counter to the Constitution of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia or to the common-state legislation.

(Messenger of the Central Executive Committee and the Council of Public Commissars of Georgia, N 1-2, 1925, p. 20)