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Freedom of Assembly in the Practice of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
Kolmakov S.Y.
The Nuremberg Trials and The Principle of Respect for The Practice of the European Court of Human Rights
Nikolaev A.M.
The importance of decisions of the Constitutional Court of Russia in lawmaking activity
Yaroshenko N.I.
The Mechanism of Constitutional Lawmaking at the United States of America as an Expression of Law Convergence
Petrova E.A.
Theoretical problems of use in the Russian Federation antitrust system of such measure as exaction of illegally received income
Pisenko K.A.
The Future of Case Law in Russia
Grebennikov V.V., Grudtsina L.Y.
Constitutionalism, legitimateness and ustavnost as legal categories
Yaroshenko N.I.
Principle of the inviolability as constitutional principle of justice in Russia
Yaroshenko N.I.
Development of the constitutional foundations of judicial power in sectoral legislation
Yaroshenko N.I.
Constitutional justice as supreme ensuring form of judicial constitutionalism in Russia
Yaroshenko N.I.
Place of judiciary in separation of powers in Russia, CIS, European Union: a comparative legal analysis
Yaroshenko N.I.
Abolition of the death penalty in the light of the general principles of law
Sidorkin A.S.
Place of judiciary the separation of powers in Russian
Yaroshenko N.I.
Constitutional Justice and Human Rights
Myrzalimov R.M.
The comparative legal analyses of the constitutional justice’s role in the matter of forming right for legal defence
Slesareva K.A.
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