Rada

Rada is the term for "parliament" or "assembly" or another "council" in several Slavic countries. Normally it is translated as "council". Sometimes it corresponds to "parliament", or in Soviet Union contexts, to "soviet". It also carries a meaning of advice as in the English word counsel.

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