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Chirkin V.E. The Russias 1993 Constitution: the Principal Advantages and Some Legal Shortcomings

Published in journal "SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences", 2015-1 in rubric "Law", pages 28-39.

Resume: On the basis of a comparison of foreign and Russian constitutions, the article discusses the legal language of the Russian Constitution. The author especially addresses such questions enshrined in Russian constitution as: the constitutional provisions concerning economic, social, political and spiritual life of the community. However, the article also refers to some shortcomings of the Constitution that were integrated in the text during the adoption of the Constitution in 1993. The author primarily uses the comparative scientific method. Classic legal methods are also were used during this research. The novelty of this work consists in the research of the values of the Russian Constitution in a comparative approach. The author developed the ideas of how the Russian concept should be modified in order to comply with modern standards of legal language used in contemporary connotations.

Keywords: constitutional regulation, Legal shortcomings, Legal advantages, A comparative analysis, Constitutions of foreign countries, The Russian Constitution, development, constitution, The Russian Federation, subject

DOI: 10.7256/1339-3057.2015.1.14165

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In countries of Anglo-Saxon law, although there is a high level of social protection, such rights are not recognized in reference to the fact that the relevant provisions cannot be executed by a court decision (no court will give work to the unemployed, referencing a sonstitutional right to work and won't cure the patient, speaking of a constitutional right to health protection).
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In science there are opinions according to which the subjects of the Federation are statel (statesimilar) entities, and their power is a public statesimilar power.
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