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THE CONCEPT OF EXECUTION IN A RULE OF LAW STATE



A.B. Novikov
V.P. Nazarov
docanovikov@mail.ru
dekanat205@yandex.ru
Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor
a PhD student, the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics
St. Petersburg

Keywords:

  • a rule of law state
  • public authority
  • power branch
  • executive power
  • executive activity
  • public services
  • constitutional rule of law
  • jurisdiction bodies
  • The article focuses on the concept of executive activities conducted within a public authority system. It deals with the notion of a rule of law state which is characterized as a "diligent state" in terms of full observance of the law, implementation of court rulings along with the execution of decisions of other public authorities. As the title implies the article describes that execution promotes a rule of law in every "life situation". In addition the article articulates elements of the execute activities concept with administrative and legal model of a "diligent" rule of law state being characterized.
    It is shown in the article that public services within both state executive branch and state authority bodies as well as in legislative and judicial branches are the core elements of executive activities contents. In a conceptual summary the main concepts and the system of legal communications within the relevant entities performing execution in public is characterized.
    By means of both systems analysis and comparative legal methods the meaning of the modern executive processes has been revealed and executive activities within public authority system being characterized.

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