FEDERALISM IN RUSSIA AND EVOLUTION OF THE REGIONAL STATEHOOD: THE CASE OF REPUBLIC OF DAGESTAN

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Approaches to the optimization of the federal government system should ensure increasing efficiency of the authorities at both federal and regional levels. The peculiar feature of federalism in Russia is that Russia includes ethnic republics where population is strongly driven by local traditions. It is impossible to ignore such ethnic traditions at the current stage of development of the state as far as relationships between federal center and federal subjects. An example of successful interaction within a federal system is the Swiss Confederation that has existed for approximately 800 years. It appears promising to compare the models of Russian and Swiss federalism and establish their similarities in order to facilitate future work concerning the system of government at the regional and national levels.

Аlavutdin R Ibragimov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: air_13@inbox.ru
Department of Publiс Administration

Yury A Zubarev

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: uznovator1@rambler.ru
Department of Publiс Administration

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