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The Constitution of the Russian Federation, translated into the Yakut language, will be presented in Yakutsk

A presentation of the country's Constitution translated into the Yakut language will take place in Yakutsk on Tuesday, the press service of the government of the region’s president reports on Monday.

The report says that the translation of the code of laws was made as part of the celebration of the 20 anniversary of the country's Constitution.

"The publication of the Constitution in the Yakut language is intended for students, students of educational institutions, teachers, as well as for a wide range of readers," the statement says.

Scientists from the Institute of Humanitarian Studies and the Problems of Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Languages ​​and Culture of the Peoples of the North-East of Russia NEFU them took part in the translation. M.K. Ammosova, representatives of the Constitutional Court of Yakutia, employees of the Office of Documentary Support of the State Assembly (Il Tumen) and the Presidential Administration and the Government of the Republic, Interfax reports.

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