Published in journal "Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law", 2009-1 in rubric "CONSTITUTIONAL LAW", pages 0-0.
Resume: The article of the Judge of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation deals with the constitutional principles underlying a set of constitutional norms (a kind of a subsystem) based on a concept of «economic Constitution» — a theoretical concept explaining the way the Constitution regulates economic relations by means of differently directed approaches: ensuring freedom of economic activities and allowing state interference in the economy. The author focuses on the elements embracing the idea of economic contents of the Constitution; states the core principle of the Constitution — the principle of the freedom of economic activities revealed in a set of economic rights ensured by the Constitution.
The author examines the practical realization of main ideas of the basics of constitutional economic system during 15 years from entering of the Constitution into force: dwells on the interpretation of constitutional principle of equality of admission and protection of private, public, municipal and other forms of property and its fixation within the framework of the Civil Code and other normative acts of the Russian Federation and in practice of Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. Particular attention is paid to the constitutional principles of social state and rule-of-law state and constitutional aspect of the concept of the law of property on natural resources in the light of their exhaustibility etc.
Key words: economic constitution, constitutional guarantees, freedom of economic activities, constitutional principles, law of property, social state, rule-of-law state, Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
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Gadzhjev Vugar Advar ogli
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