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== Veche in the Novgorod and Pskov Republics ==
 
{{AP|Veche de la República de Nóvgorod}}
{{Main|Novgorod veche}} [[Image:veche bell.gif|thumb|Removal of the veche bell from Novgorod to Moscow in 1478.]]
 
The veche was the highest [[legislative|legislature]] and [[judicial authority]] in the [[Novgorod Republic|Republic of Novgorod]] until 1478, when the city was [[Conquest of Novgorod|brought under the direct control]] of Grand Prince [[Ivan III]] (1462-1505). In its "Little Brother", [[Pskov Republic|Pskov]] the veche continued until 1510, when that city was taken over by Grand Prince [[Vasily III of Russia|Vasilii III]] (1505-1533).
{{Main|Novgorod veche}} [[ImageArchivo:veche bell.gif|thumb|Removal of the veche bell from Novgorod to Moscow in 1478.]]
 
La veche era la más alta [[autoridad judicial]] y [[poder legislativo]] in la [[República de Nóvgorod]] hasta 1478, cuando la ciudad fue [[Conquista de Nóvgorod|conquistada]] por el Gran Príncipe [[Iván III de Rusia|Iván III]] (1462-1505). Su "hermano menor", [[República de Pskov|Pskov]], continuó con las veches hasta 1510, cuando la ciudad fue tomada por el Gran Príncipe [[Basilio III de Moscú|Basilio III]] (1505-1533).
 
The traditional scholarship goes on to argue that a series of reforms in 1410 transformed the veche into something similar to the public assembly of [[Venice]]; it became the [[Commons]] or lower chamber of the parliament. Аn upper [[Senate]]-like [[Sovet gospod|Council of Lords]] (''sovet gospod'') was also created, with title membership for all former city magistrates (''[[posadnik]]s'' and ''[[tysyatsky]]s''). Some sources indicate that veche membership may have became full-time, and parliament deputies were now called ''vechniks''. Some of the more recent scholars call this interpretation into question.
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