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Public Official as a Criminal-legal Category

Student: Maksim Lukin

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2020

This work is a study of the public official institution main features in the Russian criminal law and the specifics of the public official's liability criminal legal regulation in the Russian criminal legislation. There are considered the history of the "public official" category formation and development and the features of an public official concept's legislative consolidation in the current Russian criminal legislation in process of this research. Also there is conducted the comparative analysis of the legislative approaches to the public official concept in the international criminal law and the criminal legislation of foreign states in this work. In addition, there are highlighted some problems related to the public official concept's legislative consolidation in the current Russian criminal legislation and proposed some ways of solution of these problems.

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