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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anatolij Miczura
Influence of Parliamentary Elections on the Regime of Post- Soviet States (by the Example of Russia and Ukraine in 2002 – 2013)
Faculty of Politics
Master’s programme
7
2014
Annotation to the master's thesis on the topic: "The Influence of theparliamentary elections on the political regime post-Soviet states (for example, Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 years) "This work was performed in order to identify the relationship between the parliamentary elections in Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively, and the transformation of political regimes in these countries.As part of the study were as follows :1) to examine the role of parliaments in Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively.2) analyze the political regimes in Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively.3) to study electoral systems that existed in Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively.4) to analyze the electoral campaign in the parliaments of Russia, Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively.5) to compare the effect of the parliamentary elections on political regimes in Russia and Ukraine in 2002-2013 , respectively.Conducted research , we came to the following conclusions and recommendations:- Ukrainian parliament since the adoption of the constitution had more power and ability to influence the executive branch. Moreover, it was a place for the expression of a plurality of interests plural society. At the same time Russian parliament remained quite weak in power, and this status was maintained throughout the period under review .- In both countries political system is largely dependent on the state parliaments , as civil society, the party system , the judicial system was in the process of formation and could not play a decisive role in shaping the political regime.- Change in the regulatory framework in line with the interests of the government rather opportunistic than organic growth of the political system and pursued goal of maintaining the dominance of the "party of power."- Election campaigns in Russia's State Duma did not significantly affect the political regime . Election campaigns in the Verkhovna Rada had an entirely different meaning .- For successful completion of transit is necessary to strengthen the role of parliament in the state.

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