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Government of Moscow

House of the Government of Moscow since 1990s (New Arbat Avenue, 36/9). Former Comecon building.
Residence of the Mayor of Moscow (Tverskaya Street, 13). Former Moscow Governor General House and Mossovet building.

The Government of Moscow (Russian: Правительство Москвы) is the highest executive body of state authority of Moscow. The Government of Moscow is headed by the highest official of the city of Moscow, i.e. the Mayor of Moscow.[1]

The members of the Government of Moscow are the Mayor of Moscow, the Deputy Mayors of Moscow in the Moscow Government (including the first deputies) and the Moscow Government ministers. The Government of Moscow issues orders (orders of the Government of Moscow) that are signed by the Mayor of Moscow. The Government of Moscow has legal personality. Structure and functioning of the Government of Moscow are established by the law of Moscow, adopted by Moscow City Duma. [2]


  1. ^ (Charter of Moscow. Article 5)
  2. ^ (Charter of Moscow. Article 44)

External links

  • City Government/Executive authority structure - The official website of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow
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