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Alexander Bulygin

Alexander Bulygin was the Minister of Interior for the imperial MVD, or Ministry of Internal Affairs, of Russia from February 1905 until October 1905.

Bulygin replaced Prince Pyotr Dmitrievich Sviatopolk-Mirskii on January 20, 1905 after strikes and protests in January. He is most notable for the so-called 'Bulygin Constitution', developed in response to the 1905 Russian Revolution. It was issued in August 1905, and proposed a new consultative body. It did not satisfy those who wanted a fully legislative assembly, and Bulygin's opponents, discontent, advocated the strikes of September and October. After these events, Bulygin was sacked on October 17, 1905 and replaced by the reactionary Petr Nikolayevich Durnovo.

Preceded by
Prince Pyotr Dmitrievich Sviatopolk-Mirskii
Minister of Interior
February 1905 – October 17, 1905
Succeeded by
Petr Nikolayevich Durnovo

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