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Comparative Analysis of the Constitutional Court Role during Political Transformation: Cases of Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine

Student: Natalia Sidorycheva

Supervisor: Elena Vandysheva

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This research considers the role of the Constitutional Court in state during the transformational period on the example of Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan is considered. It determines the terms such as "the political decision" of the Constitutional Court and "the transformational period" are given. Functions, authorities and internal structure of the Constitutional Courts in both countries are defined as well. The work also involves the form of relationship between the Constitutional Court and the supreme authorities of executive power during the transformational period, and also the role of Court during this time. There is a comparative analysis of cases in Ukraine and in Kyrgyzstan, which helps to answer the questions posed in research work as a result.

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