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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ilya Neronov
Some Trends in the Electoral Legislation and Current Issues of its Application
Public Law
(Master’s programme)
2016
The work aims to explore some of the trends of the electoral legislation related, inter alia, with the Russian Federation Constitutional Court's activities, which its decisions corrected set by federal law regulations and within the framework of its powers recognized inappropriate Constitution of Russian Federation a number of legal norms, thereby effectively introducing direct control of their acts. In addition, the following issues are concerned subsequent implementation of the federal legislator decisions of the Constitutional Court.

The first trend can be described as a legislator actions aimed at increasing the requirements and increasing restrictions to the subjects of the electoral process, both the organizers of elections, and to the participants of the race. In general, this indicates a desire to provide the highest level of public confidence in the election campaign at any level, and thereby ensure the legitimacy of the elected bodies and officials, as well as increase the professionalism and effectiveness of the representatives of public authorities.

The second trend is aimed at improving the electoral activity of citizens. Such as the introduction of a variety of ways to implement active electoral right before the voting day, as a step towards the interests of the politically active, but busy voters, and the introduction of the column "against all" as an attempt to take into account the interests of the protest electorate, which ultimately aim to increase turnout in the election, there is the fight against absenteeism, to increase civic awareness and the development of a responsible attitude of people to participate in managing state affairs.

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