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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elena Lipatova
Problems of Implementation of Constitutional Freedom of Speech in Russia
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
The topic of the study is the problems of the implementation of constitutional freedom of speech in modern Russia. Questions about the implementation of freedom of speech have always been central to constitutional law. In modern legal reality, they are even more relevant.

In the framework of this work, theoretical issues of the nature and content of freedom of speech, its correlation with related concepts and other constitutional rights and freedoms are considered. The author analyzes in detail the international legal standards for the implementation of freedom of speech and compares them with those enshrined in the Constitution of the Russian Federation.

The author’s focus is on statutory restrictions on freedom of speech. Much of the work is devoted to the problems of the realization of freedom of speech in the context of countering extremist activity. Of course, the work examines other institutions, in particular, the protection of honor, dignity and business reputation, including civil servants and public figures. Separately analyzed the problems of the implementation of freedom of speech in the Internet space.

One of the advantages of this study is the author's constant appeal to the practice of the International Court of Human Rights in order to compare it with Russian law enforcement practice.

The methodological basis of the research is a complex of scientific methods of knowledge: such as formal logical, analytical, system-structural, as well as technical-legal, the method of comparative jurisprudence and other special methods of scientific knowledge.

The analysis of issues and problems of the implementation of freedom of speech in Russia leads to the conclusion that it is necessary to significantly improve the legal technique of legislative acts on freedom of speech in the Russian Federation, as well as to develop in practice constitutive features of a variety of concepts and rules for the implementation of freedom of speech.

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