THE CONDITION AND THE SPECIFICITY OF THE INSTITUTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE POLITICAL SYSTEM IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
 
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профессор кафедры конституционного и муниципального права, директор Института проблем глобализации, экономики и развития гражданского общества, Российская Федерация
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ученый секретарь Всероссийского научно-исследовательского института физико- технических и радиотехнических измерений (ФГУП), Российская Федерация
Data publikacji: 19-12-2019
 
Studia Politologiczne 2018;48
SŁOWA KLUCZOWE
STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
This article explores the status and specificity of the institutional organization of the political system in the Russian Federation. The work substantiates the position that the institutional organization of the political system of modern Russia, formalized as reflected in the Constitution of the Russian Federation, as well as practice of the activity of political institutions, still does not fully meet each other. The article examines the causes and conditions that led to the emergence of contradictions between the reality of conceptual models, characterized by a departure from the political-institutional messages of the Russian Constitution and the traditional understanding of the principle of separation of powers and the essence of democracy. This article uses a number of methods of scientific research, in particular: formal-logical; historical and legal method; comparison; analysis and synthesis.
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