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To the problem of duality as a property of decisions of constitutional (charter) courts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

Author(s)
Siliveev Ilya Mikhailovich
Abstract
This paper raises the problem of duality of decisions of constitutional (charter) courts of constituent entities of the Russian Federation. It is noted that the duality of decisions of the constitutional (charter) court of a subject of the Russian Federation should be understood as the presence of two principles: decisions of the constitutional (charter) court of a subject of the Russian Federation as a judicial act and as a legal document with regulatory features. It is indicated that the determination of the correlation of these court decisions with other legal structures is important and fundamental for subsequent implementation in their practical activities. Understanding the properties of duality will allow positioning the decisions of the constitutional (charter) court of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in the aggregate of other legal documents and shows the unique nature of the decisions of the constitutional (charter) courts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. The role and significance of decisions of constitutional justice bodies in the process of forming a constitutional law and order, compliance with constitutional legality are analyzed, individual manifestations of the legal significance of the enforcement of decisions of constitutional courts of constituent entities of the Russian Federation are demonstrated. An analysis is made of two approaches to the question of the normality of decisions of courts of constitutional justice, where the first approach assumes that decisions of courts of constitutional review do not have normativity, because they do not act as subjects of law-making, and the second approach assumes that constitutional justice is closer to normative and legal practice and with lawmaking. It is noted that the normative nature of decisions of constitutional (charter) courts is manifested in the form of cancellation and amendment of legal norms. An adequate reflection of these properties is proposed in regional regulatory acts governing the activities of these courts. The necessity of adequate reflection in the legal matter of the two principles of the decisions of the constitutional (charter) courts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation is indicated. Attention is drawn to the absence of the revealed and described properties of the decisions of the constitutional (charter) court, both a judicial decision and a document with the property of normativity in regional regulatory legal acts. It is concluded that it is necessary to fix the relevant properties in regional regulatory legal acts regulating the activities of the court up to the creation of laws on the constitutional (constitutional) process at the regional level.
About the Authors
Siliveev Ilya Mikhailovich - Senior Lecturer, Department of Public Administration and Entrepreneurial Law, Irkutsk Institute (branch) of VSUU (RPA of the Ministry of Justice of Russia) (4, Nekrasova st., Irkutsk, 664011, Russian Federation), e-mail: siliveev@mail.ru
For citation
Siliveev I.M. K probleme dual'nosti kak svojstva reshenij konstitucionnyh (ustavnyh) sudov sub"ektov Rossijskoj Federacii [To the problem of duality as a property of decisions of constitutional (charter) courts of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation]. Sibirskij yuridicheskij vestnik [Siberian Law Herald]. 2020, no 2 (89), pp. 24–28. (in Russian).
Keywords
decisions of the constitutional (charter) court of a subject of the Russian Federation, duality, constitutional (charter) legal proceedings, regional constitutionalism, constitutional justice
UDC
342.56
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