The President in the state machinery of the Russian Federation (constitutional and legal analysis)

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Based on an analysis of the updated version of our State Constitution, the author comes to the unequivocal conclusion that the powers of the President of Russia have now significantly increased as his prerogatives have expanded.

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Alexander Kerimov

Scientific Journal «Russian Journal of Legal Studies»

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Russian Federation, Moscow

Chief Researcher of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Law, Professor, Editor-in-Chief of the Scientific Journal «Russian Journal of Legal Studies»


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