Constitutional foundations of social and territorial cohesion and the differentiation of public power. The new reading and 25 years of experience with the implementation of certain provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, 1993
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Constitutional foundations of social and territorial cohesion and the differentiation of public power. The new reading and 25 years of experience with the implementation of certain provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, 1993
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S013207690002197-8-1
DOI
10.31857/S013207690002197-8
Publication type
Article
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Published
Authors
Alexander N. Savenkov 
Affiliation: Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Veniamin Chirkin
Affiliation: Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
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18-29
Abstract

The authors focus on the problems of public power. In this regard, the following issues are comprehensively investigated: the concepts and nature of territorial public-legal communities and public-legal entities, social and legal sources of public-legal power. The authors conduct a comprehensive detailed analysis of the constitutional norms and legislation of the subjects of the Russian Federation. The conclusions are based on the extensive use of the comparative legal method, which shows the specifics of the development and legislative regulation of the named institutions in Russia and abroad. A new approach to the study of 1) models of public-legal power in their correlation with the state power and 2) the definition of public power of the state and its territorial public-legal communities-entities is proposed. The conclusion about the need to create a modern constitutional concept of the unity of public power, taking into account the differences of its types and the special sovereign power of the state is substantiated. 

Keywords
constitutional foundations of the public power, territorial public community, territorial public legal entity, public power, social source of public power, legal source of public power
Date of publication
22.12.2018
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