Legal reforms in Russia: anthropological analysis

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The article is devoted to anthropological analysis of contemporary ongoing legal reform in the Russian Federation. Improving the lives of the majority of members of society is regarded as a criterion for the effectiveness of legal reform. The article explains the importance of pre-revolutionary research in anthropology right for modern analysis of legal reforms in the Russian Federation. Displaying anthropological cutoff value held in Russia transformations in terms of maintaining a multiethnic state. Anthropological analysis of the legal reform in the Russian Federation are in perspective the implementation of the principle of separation of powers and checks and balances, democratic political regime, the proclamation of human rights and its highest value, the implementation of indigenous peoples’ rights, the recognition of legal custom source of law. The article shows the relationship of law reform and judicial reform.

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M V Ignatieva

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia

The Department of International Law


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