N.S. Bondar, A.A. Jagaryan. Constitution: Oriented Justice. M.: Norma : INFRA – M, 2018. 224 p. (The Library of Judicial Constitutionalism Series. Issue 8)

 
PIIS013207690002086-6-1
DOI10.31857/S013207690002086-6
Publication type Review
Source material for review
Status Published
Authors
Affiliation:
Russian State University of Justice
Department of legal regulation of economic activities at the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Affiliation: Moscow state Institute of international relations (U) Russian foreign Ministry
Address: Russian Federation
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 10
Pages168-171
Abstract

A peer-reviewed monograph is the result of the work of the recognized professionals of Constitutional Law: N.S. Bondar (honored worker of Science of Russian Federation, honored lawyer of Russian Federation, Judge of the Constitutional Court of Russian Federation) and A.A. Jagaryan (adviser to the Constitutional Court of Russian Federation). Another author’s edition of “The Library of Judicial Constitutionalism Series” is dedicated to justification of the idea of ensuring the supremacy and direct effect of Constitution, consisten realization of its normative and value potential of all the spheres of Russian society’s legal life. Furthermore, the key role of the legal and judical reform in constitutional country’s modernization is justified and its influence on all other reforms.

KeywordsConstitutional Law, Constitutional Court, constitutional and legal institutions, justice, administrative proceedings, civil proceedings
Received14.11.2018
Publication date14.11.2018
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