Mac Lev Savich( Statesman)
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Mac Lev Savich - statesman (1830 - 1883). After graduating from the course in the Page Corps, served in Ulaanbaatar, later worked on peasant affairs in the western region; was the office manager at the Ministry of Internal Affairs AE. Timasheff, participated in the reunification of Uniates in the Kingdom of Poland (1875). Assistant Minister in 1876, Mr.. In 1878, Mr.. at the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. When it set up chiefs and issued a circular which explained to the peasants that no new allotments unthinkable. Autumn 1878, . after killing General Mezentseva, . Makov published in the Official Gazette on appeal to the public for assistance to the Government in its fight against the devastating doctrines, . but when Kharkiv and Chernihiv zemstvo Assembly wished to respond to the call of the Government, . that their decisions were quashed, . and initiators of the case suspected of political disloyalty,
. When Mac appeared vetlyanskaya plague, and was established by the Supreme Administrative Commission, following the closure of a principal chief of the commission, Count Loris-Melikov, took in August 1880, Minister of Internal Affairs. For Mac at the same time established the Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs, he also was charged superintendence by the Department of Religious Affairs of Foreign Faiths. Activities Makov as supreme commander of the Department of Foreign Faiths marked the restoration of direct relations with the Roman curia, which were suspended in 1866. In 1881, Mr.. Both departments have been re-attached to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and Makov was appointed a member of the Council of State. In early February, 1883. Mac was designed for the presidency in a special High Commission for review of regulations on the Jews, but did not take this post as commit suicide, in connection with the embezzlement of them produced. Excerpts from letters Makov, for the curious features of his religious feelings and political views, published in the book: "Our government and public figures" (2 nd edition, St. Petersburg, 1891). On to poppy for publication Wed. social chronicle "The Messenger of Europe, 1883,? 4.