PREREQUISITES TO JUSTICE IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Ivannikov I. A.
The article analyses problems of Justice and of Judicial Power in the Russian Federation. Authoring definitions of Justice and Judiciary are given and subjective and objective prerequisites thereto are researched. Hermeneutic, historical and comparative approaches have been used in the analyses thereof. It is pointed out that, some norms of international law have been realized over the 30 years after Concept of Judicial Reform adoption, however, generally valid conceptual apparatus has not been developed and objective and subjective prerequisites to justice have not been instituted to the full extent.
Ivannikov I. A.
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