State registers of population data in the subjects of the Russian State Registers of Population Data in the Subjects of the Russian Federation in the Context of the Law on the Unified Federal Information Register Containing Information on the Population of the Russian Federation

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The paper highlights the legal regime of state registers in Saint Petersburg and Pskov, the main problems of implementing these registers, and the prospects for their work in the light of the new law No. 168-FZ «On the unified Federal information register containing information about the population of the Russian Federation».

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Daria A. Petrova

Far Eastern Federal University

Author for correspondence.

Russian Federation

Candidate of Political Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law

Anton D. Zotov

Far Eastern Federal University


Russian Federation

Student School of Law


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