CONSTITUTIONAL COURT IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM IN MOLDOVA AND RUSSIA

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Marina V. Markhgeym
Alevtina E. Novikova
Maria I. Rosenko
Natalya P. Katorgina
Evgeniy E. Tonkov

Keywords

Constitutional Court, Powers, President, State Body, Political Influence

Abstract

Purpose: The article considers the place and the role of the Constitutional Court of Moldova in the system of government.


Methodology: The study was based on the dialectic approach to the disclosure of legal phenomena and processes using general scientific (system, logical, analysis and synthesis) and particular scientific methods.


Result: They studied the range of issues related to its activities. They noted the problems that lead to the imbalance of authorities, including dangerous trends of constitutional court use by political groups to solve their problems and achieve political goals. They showed the positive experience of the constitutional and legal mechanism to develop a body of constitutional jurisdiction of Russia, through which they provide the stability of this state body, impartiality, and independence in decision-making, and the impossibility of turning the body of constitutional control into an object of political manipulation.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Constitutional Court in Public Administration System in Moldova and Russia is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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