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This administrative division remained without any major changes until the partitions of the Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth in the late 18th century. Such system was introducing in Russia during the reforms of Just a year later, on December 12,they were merged into one governorate, called Lithuania Governoratewith capital in Vilnius.
Forty years later the word "Lithuania" was dropped from the two names and official maps of Europe. Vilna Governorate received three additional districts: Lithuanian Suvalkija was included into this governorate.
Two more governorates included some small Lithuanian territories. This territory was acquired from Latvia after an international arbitration in To facilitate such a right townships Russian: By the end of there were 1, elderates in townships of Vilna Governorate and 1, elderates in townships of Kovno Governorate.
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However, these institutions had very little power and were dependent on the local nobles. The power was concentrated in the hands of governors, all of whom were appointed by the tsar. Interwar — [ edit ] During the interwar, Lithuania regained independence.
The first law on administrative sub-units was passed on July 1, It declared that Lithuania was divided into twenty counties Lithuanian: According to a law passed in eleven first-class cities became independent of county administration and had their own government.
Counties were further subdivided into townships Lithuanian: In there were townships.
The counties were governed by a county governor Lithuanian: Being almost the only link between the central government and the local population, governors were first responsible for a wide range of duties. They were to collect all property left by the retreating German army, organize local government, recruit local army groups, ensure security and stability in the county, etc.
Inin an effort to centralize the government, county governors also became the chairmen of a three-member county governing body Lithuanian: The number of representatives from a township depended upon the number of residents in that township.During the interwar, Lithuania regained independence.
The first law on administrative sub-units was passed on July 1, It declared that Lithuania was divided into twenty counties (Lithuanian: singular – apskritis, plural – apskritys).
Socio-economic groups of Lithuania In the Lithuanian society, class divisions are low-key. Members of very different affluence levels more usually than not live in the same neighborhoods, buy at the same shopping malls and send their children to the same public (rather than private) schools.
The Lithuanian Armed Forces consist of the Lithuanian Land Force, Lithuanian Air Force, Lithuanian Naval Force, Lithuanian Special Operations Force and other units: Logistics Command, Training and Doctrine Command, Headquarters Battalion, Military attheheels.comly subordinated to the Chief of Defence are the Special Operations Forces and Military Police.
There are three main social classes in Lithuania – the upper, the middle and the lower class. Firstly, the upper class in Lithuania is the elite of society which consists of well-known people, which get high incomes.
Lithuanian (Lithuanian: lietuvių kalba) is a Baltic language spoken in the Baltic attheheels.com is the language of Lithuanians and the official language of Lithuania as well as one of the official languages of the European attheheels.com are about million native Lithuanian speakers in Lithuania and about , abroad..
As a Baltic language, Lithuanian is closely related to neighbouring Latvian. Lithuania is the largest and most southerly of the three Baltic republics. The current administrative division was created in and modified in Lithuania consists of 10 counties (apskritys'), each named after their principal city.
Counties are ruled by a governor who is appointed by the central government in Vilnius.