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SYSTEMS AND BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RECORDS MANAGEMENT OF PARLIAMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CROATIA IN THE PERIOD FROM 1945 TO 1963
The article presents the systems of records management of the Parliament of the People's Republic of Croatia and their basic characteristics from 1945 to 1963. The first part of the article gives an overview of the provisions on records management and archives of Parliament as they are found in Acts of Parliament: House Rules and regulations on the organization of professional services. The second part of the article brings up a more precise view of records management, based on analysis of main records management aids from that period: registry records, indexes and listings of acts. Analysis of these sources indicates that in the period from 1945 to 1963 Parliament of the People's Republic of Croatia maintains the records management by itself and has its own Archives, with two main systems. Up to 1953 in use is a decentralized system of records management: in addition to central registry and index, working bodies and professional services of Parliament have their own registry records. Consequently, in addition to the central Archives, documents of working bodies and professional services are deposited into a special departmental Archives. With the exception of the initial period (1945-1946), when documentation is deposited in simple order by following the chronology of recording in registry records, the documentation in the main Archives of Parliament and in the Archives of working bodies is organizated and deposited in clearly defined thematic sections.
Since 1953 in use is a centralized system of records management: documentation of Parliament, Parliamentary Councils, working bodies and professional services is registrated in main (central) registry records, and deposited in, since then, the central Archives. At the same time, Parliament starts to apply the system of organization and classification of records, not thematically, but by sessions and organizational units.
Finally, it is concluded that Parliament of the People's Republic of Croatia in his systems of records management does not apply prescribed principles of records management valid for public administration, but since 1953 and in period after 1963, applies a system of organization and shelving of records, which is based and in essence determined by the specific mode through sessions.
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