The article attempts to examine the situation formed in Russian society after acceptance of Amendments to a Federal Law, On NonCommercial Organizations, providing for additional requirements to non-commercial organisations performing the functions of foreign agents. Special attention is paid to illustrating the positions of the parties to the conflict, whose justifiability of arguments, it appears, must play a decisive role in the consideration of debatable provisions with respect to their constitutionalism
The article gives an overview of arguments of supporters and opponents of the Law, which binds nonprofit organisations that raise finances from a foreign source and are engaged in politics to submit an application for them to be entered into the register of nonprofit organisations performing functions of a foreign agent. The article contains information on how the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation processes complaints that concern specific provisions of the said Law. It also presents the analysis of the Constitutional Court Decree dated 8 April, 2014 No 10-П, by which the Court in fact only admits inadequacy of the administrative fines the Law specifies for avoidance of such registration. The author also draws attention to a number of ambiguous judgments and conclusions contained in the Act under analysis.
Russian history textbooks virtually ignore the historical achievements of feminology, textbooks continue to strengthen the stereotype that the main "person - man." Pupils and students grow, turning into politicians, businessmen and officials. The stereotype of the secondary role of women in society leads to a lack of gender expertise in making laws to discriminate in hiring, to ousting of women to low-paid and less prestigious area.
The objective of the study is to reveal the role of the previous work experience of ombudsmen in RF subjects in the character of his/her activities in the region. In accordance with the objective of the study three groups of ombudsmen were identified on the basis of their background: former deputies, former administration representatives, former policemen and Office of Public Prosecutor officers. To achieve the objective of the study and testing of the assumption offered analysis of the Annual reports of ombudsmen Internet representation of his/her activities was made. A number of semiformal interviews with ombudsmen from the three groups were analyzed. On the basis of the analysis of ombudsmen's Annual reports and the Internet representation of their activities it can be assumed that the higher degree of publicity, more pro-active approach are more typical for former administration representatives. As to former Internal affairs ministry and Office of Public Prosecutor officers they are very similar in majority of characteristics