Issue № 3, 29.09.2019
THE ANTICORRUPTION JORNEY THROUGH MASQUERADES
In this comprehensive review article, the author considers processes of anticorruption activity in the world. Basing on the analysis of international financial crisis’s consequences, anticorruption policies in different countries and particularly the United States of America (US-style plea bargaining, lobbyism and so on), the role of multinational organizations and public-private partnerships in the formation of governing coalitions susceptible to corruption the author justifies inefficiency of the modern anticorruption activity.
Alexander Y. Lazarev
THE ISSUE OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW STATUS OF REPUBLICS WITHIN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. THE LEGAL EFFECT OF 03.31.1992 FEDERAL TREATY
The subject of the research is the constitutional legal status of the republics within the Russian Federation before and after the entry into force of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. The paper considers the legal aspects of the possibility of applying the Federal Treaty of March 31, 1992 in modern constitutional and legal relations. The impossibility of applying the Federal Treaty, as well as the definition of republics as sovereign states with a corresponding extension of the rights of the latter, has been revealed and justified.
Danil Y. Menshikov
PROPERTY RIGHTS AS OBJECTS OF CIVIL LAW RIGHTS
The article is devoted to the study of the legal nature of property rights as objects of private law relations. The article examines properties of private law objects for a proper analysis of a particular object and the types of the object in specific legal relations, such as property, obligations, exclusive rights. Such issues as the construction of the “right to right”, the division of legal relations into property and obligations.
Violetta Y. Kotova
The article considers and analyses the reasons for the unhidden functioning of online gambling despite the direct legislative ban on the organization and conduction of it. The author proposes the development and adoption of a new resolution of the Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to solve the issue of the gaps in the legislation prohibiting organization and conduct of online gambling.
Alexandr A. Kozyrin, Daniil V. Agalakov
The article is devoted to the review of typical cases where rightsof consumers should be protected. Authors point out most common cases of infringements of consumers’ rights (courts’ retreat from admitting of rights of consumers, suppression of information regarding the treaties’ conditions, arbitration clauses, Social Credit System) and conclude, which mechanisms of Russian consumer law should be used and developed for protection of the rights in the described cases of infringements.