Bulat Andrey( politician)
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Biography Bulat Andrey
Born in 1872, a Lithuanian, a Catholic, peasant Suvalki Province, graduated St. Petersburg University law school, then served as Secretary of the prosecutor in Revel, in 1904, Mr.. barrister. Repeatedly performed on various political processes, . example, . on the process of the Socialist-Revolutionaries (Bunakova and Fundaminskogo) in St. Petersburg to the Trial Chamber in 1907, . various processes peasants Suvalki Province, . accused of agricultural and other similar crimes, and t,
. d. In December 1905. Bulat was arrested on charges of mail and telegraph and railroad strikes, 3 months later released on bail 10000 rub. But then the case was dismissed. In 1907, Mr.. selected by the Curia smallholder (peasant) Suvalki province in the second State Duma, . where he joined the Labor Party and was a work of its members, made speeches on the abolition of courts-martial, . agrarian, . immediate consideration of the bill Trudoviks amnesty and abolition of the death penalty and t,
. d. Was re-elected in the third Duma, and it almost all the time was chairman of the faction Labor Party and its representative in the so-called Senior Committee of the State Duma. In the Duma, he spoke on the great variety of issues: to speak against the electoral law of June 3, 1907, Mr.. and in defense of universal suffrage, against the exceptional provisions, executions and t. etc., in defense of local self-government on the issue of allotting land to the peasants and t. d. Of particular significance are his speeches on national and religious persecution. In early 1909. on behalf of the Labor Party went to Paris, got there an important document incriminating Azef of murdering a provocateur purposes (I, 543), and read it from the Duma rostrum. V. In-in.