Ways to expand presidential competence

 
PIIS102694520022839-3-1
DOI10.31857/S102694520022839-3
Publication type Article
Status Published
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Occupation: Tenured Professor, NRU HSE
Affiliation: National Research University Higher School of Economics
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 11
Pages22-33
Abstract

The article analyzes the main directions (they can be called forms) in which the competence of the president is expanded in the system of presidentialism. Expansion of the competence of other public-power institutions is also possible, but (for various reasons) not to such an extent. The increase in the power of the president’s powers does not contradict the Constitution by itself. On the contrary, any state occasionally finds itself in situations where unconventional decisions and methods are needed. And this is mainly expected of the president, who is elected in a general election and occupies a central place in the system of state authorities. However, the natural expansion of presidential competence poses the danger of an authoritarian evolution of the head of state. It is therefore necessary to look particularly closely at what new powers the president acquires in the course of expanding his competence.

Keywordspresident, competence, delegation of authority, “hidden (implied) powers”, legislative powers, authoritarian potential
Received24.02.2022
Publication date29.11.2022
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