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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tamerlan Doev
Сriminal - legal Characteristic of the Organization of Extremist Community
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Extremism as one of the trends of modern crime appeared in Russia not so long ago. And if you go into details, to gain popularity, this topic began after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the emergence of a new Russia, the adoption of the Constitution, emergence of political pluralism and a General increase in crime in the 90 – ies. There have been many extremist groups not only in the center of Russia in the face of groups of "skinheads", but also in the North Caucasus in the face of Islamist Wahhabi orientation, separatists and terrorists allied to the extremist and separatist sentiments in the then Chechen Republic.

I must say that until now, the topic is still relevant. An extremist group gaining momentum and possess more advanced instruments of Commission of crimes, such as, for example, the Internet. Many people are familiar with the ideas of Nazism, nationalism and want to form a team around you of like-minded people.

And if you even pay attention to the dynamics of the offences under article 282.1 of the criminal code, it is possible to trace a tendency of increasing recorded crimes, while the number of identified individuals has been steadily declining.

The aim of this study is the study of signs of structure of organization of extremist community, contained in article 282.1 of the criminal code. The main tasks consist of:

a) allocating a constructive and optional features of each of the elements of the offence;

b) the analysis of these characteristics from the standpoint of the theory and practice of criminal law;

C) analysis of differentiation of crimes with adjacent structure;

d) developing proposals for changes to the legislation about the responsibility for the organization of an extremist community.

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