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Constitutional and Legal Status of the Government of the Russian Federation in the Context of Amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation

Student: Fedor Vasilev

Supervisor: Anton Ilyin

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The paper analyzes the legal status of the Russian Federation after the introduction of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. The author considers the powers related to the formation of the Russian Federation, which are exercised in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. The analysis of the legal council of the Russian Federation, the Council of Europe, the French Republic and the Council of the Republic of Poland is carried out, using the advantages of the advantages and disadvantages of the organization of executive power in the Russian Federation. Also, there have been changes in the system of separation of powers, in connection with the adoption of amendments to the Constitution.

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