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Place and Role of the Russian Federation State Council in the System of Public Power

Student: Rustam Kuzakbirdiev

Supervisor: Vladimir A. Sivitsky

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The issues of the activities of the reformed State Council, which began its activity in its current form in December 2020, as a constitutional state body of Russia, are just beginning to be subjected to scientific research. In this regard, this work is aimed at determining the place and role of the State Council as a constitutional body in the system of modern Russian public power. To achieve this goal the work: gives a characteristic of the State Council as a body of the state in pre-revolutionary and modern Russia; gives a comparative characteristic of state bodies of foreign countries similar to the State Council of Russia; carries out an analysis of the tasks and functions of the State Council of Russia as factors that determine its place and role in the system of public power; carries out an analysis of the formation and activity of the State Council of Russia as factors that determine its place and role in the system of public power; determines the prospects for the development of the status and functions of the State Council of the Russian Federation. As a result of the research, it was determined that from the point of view of the tasks and functions of the State Council in a unified system of public power, it really performs an advisory role, and the added provision on the State Council in the Constitution of the Russian Federation as well as a "constitutional state body" status are predominantly nominal. Although the State Council is legally defined as a constitutional state body, it, however, differs significantly from state bodies that have and do not have the status of a constitutional body. Despite the status of a constitutional state body given to it by the Constitution of Russia and the Federal Law, it cannot function as an independent state body, whose decisions are legally binding on all their addressees.

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