Published in journal "Administrative and municipal law", 2009-4 in rubric "ADMINISTRATIVE AND MUNICIPAL LAW AND THE PROBLEMS OF FEDERALISM", pages 0-0.
Resume: the article is devoted to the formation of the executive branch of power in the Russian Federation at the stage of formation of its federal structure. The author touches upon the issues of legal character of federation, correlation of the federal Constitution and the Agreements on separation of competence within the period since 1990s till the present time.
Keywords: jurisprudence, executive, branch, federalism, subjects, Constitution, agreement, separation, powers, limits to competence.
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