Main Article Content
Government of the Russian Federation, Ministry, Federal Agency, Federal Service, constitutional and legal responsibility, resignation, legal status, officials
Purpose of the study: The article analyzes constitutional and legal responsibility binding federal executive authority officials of the Russian Federation: federal ministers, heads of federal services and agencies. Special attention is paid to features of entrenching responsibility of the specified persons in the Russian legislation.
Methodology: On the basis of such an analysis, on the example of the legislation of the Russian Federation, authors investigate problematic aspects of legal regulation and responsibility. The authors raise the questions connected with the lack of specific entrenchment of the legal status born by officials. Presently it remains unclear whether equating the constitutional legal status of the federal services and agencies officials with the status of the federal ministers and identification of responsibility is guaranteed.
Results: Authors formulate a conclusion that constitutional and legal responsibility of federal executive authority officials is a voluminous yet scarcely studied legal phenomenon that does not possess sufficient legislative regulation.
Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of the Constitutional and legal responsibility binding federal executive authority officials in the Russian Federation is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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