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Educational Programme
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Anastasiya Miran
The Place and Role of the President of the Russian Federation in the System of State Power
(Bachelor’s programme)
A. Miran

The place and role of the President of the Russian Federation in the system of state power.

The purpose of the conducted research is the study of the Institute of the President in the Russian Federation, its interaction with the legislative and executive branches, as well as its functioning and the constitutional-legal regulation.

Main research objectives: 1) to consider the constitutional functions and powers of the President as enshrined in the Constitution of the Russian Federation; 2) to study the place of the President in system of division of powers, as well as to explore the question of the President's own branch of government; 3) to explore the relationship between the President of the Russian Federation with the legislative authority; 4) to examine the relationship of the President with the Executive power; 5) identify trends in constitutional-legal regulation of Institute of presidency in Russia.

Based on the results of research and analysis, we can conclude that the Russian Federation President (head of state) acts as the symbol of the nation, promotes the integration of Russian statehood. And in this regard, the Constitution gives him considerable and broad powers not only in the sphere of control over the Executive and legislative branches of government, but in ensuring a coherent functioning of the state apparatus, defend the state sovereignty and in the sphere of rulemaking. However, this dominant position of the President negated the activity of the Parliament and the government. Thus, the concentration of such a broad set of powers in the hands of one person requires a theoretical understanding and possibly even a specific revision in the direction of their limitation or specification.

Research Supervisor:

Krasnov M.A., Doctor of Sciences in Law, professor, head of Department of constitutional and administrative law, faculty of law of HSE.

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