On The Establishment Of The Grozny Garrison Military Court And Abolition Of The Norilsk Garrison Military Court

Original Language Title: О создании Грозненского гарнизонного военного суда и упразднении Норильского гарнизонного военного суда

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW On the creation of the Grozno garrison military court and dissolution of the Norilsk Garrison Military Court September 2002 Approved by the Federation Council on 25 September 2002 Article 1. In accordance with article 17 of the Federal Constitutional Law on the Judicial System of the Russian Federation and article 1 of the Federal Constitutional Law, OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION To establish the Garrison Military Court. 2. It is established that the jurisdiction of the Garrison Garrison Military Court extends to the territory where military garrisons, troops, military units and organs are located, in which the federal law provides for military service based in Chechen Republic. 3. Abolish the Norilsk Garrison Military Court. Transfer to the jurisdiction of the Krasnoyarsk Garrison Court of Military Justice matters relating to the conduct of the Norilsk Garrison Military Court. 4. Judicial Department under the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to carry out organizational and staffing arrangements for the establishment of the Grozno garrison military court, within the limits of the established number of judges of the military courts, as well as for the abolition of the military courts The Norilsk garrison military court. 5. The Government of the Russian Federation shall ensure the activities of the newly established Garrison Military Court from the federal budget, within the limits of the funds allocated to the courts of general jurisdiction. " Article 2 of the Constitution shall enter into force 10 days after its official publication. President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin Moscow, Kremlin 8 October 2002 N 121-FZ