Regulations Legislative Bodies of Ukraine during the Soviet period

In the scientific literature devoted to the study of the organization and activities of parliaments in different periods of their operation and in different countries, it confirmed the view that one of the important features of the Parliament is well developed parliamentary procedure laid down in the rules of Parliament. In the history of Ukrainian statehood gained considerable experience in the use of procedural rules in the course of activities of legislative bodies in different periods, especially in the second half XIX–XX centuries. Already in the period when most of the Western lands of the Austrian part of their representatives were members of the Austrian parliament (Reichsrat), His activities regulated mandates – set of parliamentary procedures. Mandate to regulate the activities of the State Duma and the Council of State – the two chambers of the Russian Parliament, this legislature has acted in the early twentieth century in the Russian Empire, which included 9 Ukrainian provinces. Their representatives were members of the names of the chambers. Considerable experience of legal procedural rules to ensure the functioning of the legislature has been accumulated in the Soviet period. At this time, there are several models of these organs. In 1917–1937 there was a multiplicity of legislative bodies, namely: All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets and the All-Ukrainian Central Executive Committee (VUTSIK), the Presidency VUTSIK. Regarding regulated in detail the work of the Presidium VUTSIK VUTSIK and relevant regulations. With the adoption in 1937 of a new Constitution of the USSR legally and factually Discontinued Operations All-Ukrainian Congress of Lights, VUTSIK, Presidium VUTSIK. Under the new Constitution, the supreme organ of state power and the sole legislative authority in the country admitted to the Supreme Council of the USSR. The same status was the UkrSSR Supreme Council of UkrSSR Constitution of 1978, the special feature of the regulation of the work of the Supreme
Council of the sessions was that the first session of the Supreme Council of each new convocation accepted regulations for this particular convocation. In content, it was very brief. This is no accident. The Supreme Council of the UkrSSR was not a parliament in the classical form. He did not function in a parliamentary regime. Therefore it was not necessary to regulate in detail the work of the Supreme Council. A notable step in the development of regulatory procedures UkrSSR Supreme Council’s adoption of him was May 22, 1990 the Provisional Rules of the Supreme Rada of Ukraine of the twelfth convocation of meetings. This document was to display some characteristics of the classic rules of the Parliament.