Judicial reform in Brazil in the context of change model state

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  • Authors: Grebennikov V.V., Marchuk N.N.
  • Issue: No 1 (2014)
  • Pages: 170-181
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/law/article/view/5532
  • Retraction date: 11.09.2018
  • Retraction reasons description:

    This article was retracted on the decision of the editorial board on the basis of the author's recognition that his article is a duplicate publication.

     

Abstract


Article is devoted to the final phase of a long process of economic, social and political transformation of Brazil, which is expressed in the reform of the judicial system. Although among Brazilian jurists many of those who study reform in isolation from the economic, social and even other branches of government, the majority still connects with recipes reform of the World Bank for Latin America, aimed at protecting the interests of transnational corporations. This would require a change is not in itself the judiciary and its transformation in the context of changing state model. Disputes of this part of the jurists revolve around the question of what kind of state model meets the ongoing reform of the judicial system. Some believe that it is a return to the «minimum» liberal state, others see the process to establish a democratic state, and others - the legal democratic welfare state.

V V Grebennikov

Peoples' Friendship Unoversity of Russia

Email: svppd@yandex.ru
The Department of Judicial Authority, Law-Enforcement and Human Rights Activity

N N Marchuk

Peoples' Friendship Unoversity of Russia

Email: svppd@yandex.ru
The Department of Judicial Authority, Law-Enforcement and Human Rights Activity

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