Lyuboschinsky Mark N.( Statesman)
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Biography Lyuboschinsky Mark N.
(1816 - 1889), was born in a Polish noble family (Vitebsk province), graduated from the Faculty of St. Petersburg University, served in the Ministry of Finance, then Justice. In 1857, Mr.. Minister of Justice instructed Lyuboschinskomu Count Panin, who was then the chief prosecutor of the First Department of the Senate, review the draft statute for civil proceedings, compiled by Count Bludov. Comments Lyuboschinskogo on this project helped clarify the inadequacy of half-measures and the inevitability of radical reform. Appointed member of the Editorial Commissions, Lyuboschinsky became a part of their legal department and joined the progressive majority of them. In 1863, Mr.. Lyuboschinsky was appointed a senator, from 1866 g. met in a civil appeal, from 1872. - I in the department. Took part in the work of the commission for drafting the statutes of the Trial. In 1872, Mr.. under his leadership have been studied county courts. Being in 1881. member of the Council of State (Department of Civil and Religious Affairs), Lyuboschinsky opposed to granting the Minister of Justice the right to require closing the doors of the hearing process and against the Institute of rural chiefs. In zemstvos he was opposed to limiting the rights granted him. In 1867, Mr.. He said the St. Petersburg meeting of the provincial Zemsky speech almost has cost him, in spite of tenure, senate. Recent years Lyuboschinsky was chairman of the Council of Prison Affairs. - Wed. N. Semenov-Tien-Shan "The era of the liberation of the peasants", I - II; H. Semenov "emancipation of the serfs in Russia", I - III; "Legal Statutes" (commemorative edition of the Ministry of Justice); M. Popov article in Russian Biographical Dictionary "(there and literature).