This thesis examines the Russian Constitution 1993 and the legislation flowing from it against the background of the former (Soviet) constitutions and international human rights instruments at the beginning of Russia’s path towards democratization. Research for the thesis was conducted over a period of four years (1998 - 2002) during particular political and economic instability in the country following the financial crisis of 17 August 1998.
Year Manuscript Completed
Russia (Federation) Constitution; Russia (Federation) Constitutional law; Civil rights Russia (Federation); Human rights Russia (Federation)
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationYuri Rapoport (January 2007) A Critical Analysis of the Extent to Which the Personal Civil Rights Recognised in the Constitution of the Russian Federation are Enjoyed under Russian Law, SJD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Law.
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