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Human Rights Ombudsman: Problems of Legal Regulation of the Authority and Its Exercising

ФИО студента: Ovcharyuk Svetlana

Руководитель: Victor Mikhaylov

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Lawyer in the Sphere of Justice and Law Enforcement (Master)

Год защиты: 2018

In research paper mechanisms of impact on public authority and officials for protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens which are available to federal and regional parliamentarian Ombudsmen in Russia are analyzed. Limiting factors on the way to effective realization by Ombudsmen their powers are revealed and subjected to the critical analysis. The scientific discourse in the field of improvement of institute of Ombudsman in a section of effectiveness of the powers applied by him in the course of implementation of the activity is supported and proceeds. The attention to lack of necessary conditions for realization of already available mechanisms is paid that has allowed to take part in formation of offers for creation of these conditions, including legislative changes.

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