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10/15/2017

Taiho Ritsu-Ryo and the bureaucracy system

In 701, Taiho-Ritsu-Ryo was completed. Taiho is the era name and Ritsu meant today's criminal law and Ryo provided the regulations about the governmental organization, the rules for regulating the duties of the staff and the regulations about people's tax and work service.
 
 
There were two senior departments in the central governmental organization. One of them was the Department of Divinities and the other was the Department of State. Under the Department of State, eight ministries took charge of government business. The Department of State was composed of ministers appointed by the Emperor from the powerful local lords and the department was managed by consensus.

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