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Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation (including the USSR Committee of Constitutional Supervision and Regional Courts) * 1990–2001 (Supplement) examination of propiska issue 120990 No.2-1 O The USSR Committee takes notice of the fact that the USSR Council of Ministers has declared several acts related

In: Review of Central and East European Law

by jury is an essential right of Russian citizens ( jurata patriae ) or, rather, a prerogative of the state ( raison d’état ). The main focus of the analysis is on the recent decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation and recent legislative initiatives targeting jurisdiction of

In: European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Court of the Russian Federation” define the jurisdiction and activity of the Federal Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. However, these pieces of legislation do not comprehensively address all the issues, and there has been some broadening of the Court’s power through interpretation and the

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Andrey Medvedev

issue. He advocates further and more in-depth research on the nature of conditional fees. Keywords attorney’s fee, conditional fee, contingency fee, contingent fee, remuneration for legal services, Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation 1. Introduction A conditional fee is a sum of money that a

In: Review of Central and East European Law

publication of the judiciary. Editions include explanatory guidelines, reviews of lower court decisions, select Supreme Court rulings on well-known cases, and recent legislative acts related to the judiciary. [Gazette of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation] Вестник Конституционного Суда

In: Foreign Law Guide

, decrees of the President, normative acts, and rules of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. [Russian Gazette] Российская Газета | Rossiyskaya Gazeta (1990—). https://rg.ru/. Russian. Available online for free.Rossiyskaya Gazeta is a newspaper published by the Russian government as a daily

In: Foreign Law Guide
The Constitution of the Russian Federation was ratified in 1993 amid great hopes and aspirations following the collapse of the USSR. The constitution proclaims the goal of establishing a “democratic, federal state” that functions according to rule of law and promises a broad array of social, political and economic rights to its citizens. But how well has the Russian government lived up to realizing these promises? Seven distinguished scholars on Russian politics and law examine the state of political accountability, federal power-sharing, judicial independence, press freedom, and criminal procedure in Russia today. The picture that emerges is decidedly mixed; they conclude that the Russian constitution remains a work in progress.

Law. Counselor of the Court, Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation., Trial judge at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2009-2012), Judge at the Appeals Chamber of the UN International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and for the former Yugoslavia (2012-2015).

Court was created in 1991 to review laws and treaties for their constitutionality. The Constitutional Court’s powers and procedures are determined by the Constitution and the Federal Constitutional Law on the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation (English). The Constitutional Court’s decisions

In: Foreign Law Guide