Law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation: evolution of legal properties
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17.02.2021
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10.31857/S102694520013668-5
Law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation: evolution of legal properties
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The paper based on the analysis of legislation, practice of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation and the practice of adopting laws on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation shows the process of evolution of legal properties of this law. Such legal properties of the law on amendment as legal force, subject of legal regulation, procedure of adoption and entry into force are studied. The author believes that the change in these legal properties also affects the properties of the Russian Constitution and, above all, such property as stability. Special attention in the article is paid to the Law of the Russian Federation on the amendment to the Constitution of the Russian Federation from 14.03.2020 No. 1-FKZ "On improvement of regulation of certain issues of organization and functioning of public authority". According to the author, there was another transformation of legal properties of the law on the amendment, concerning the order of entry into force of this law.

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Natalya E. Taeva
Professor of the Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law
Kutafin Moscow state Law University (MSAL)
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