Austrian and Russian constitutionalism: comprehensive analysis

Keywords: constitutionalism, state, federalism, society, personality, rights, comparison.

Abstract

The article deals with some issues that characterize the Basic Laws of the Republic of Austria and the Russian Federation. When choosing the leading research method, the authors of this article were guided by the fundamental dialectical means of cognition, which is the ascent from the individual to the general. The comparison technique used in this case is based on a consistent understanding and analysis of similar conditions, rules and requirements for the Republic of Austria and the Russian Federation.

The applied historical and legal method made it possible to consider various historical events in motion, development, and in connection with modernity. The methods of analysis and synthesis are widely used in the work. As the main results of the study, we note the generalization of the most significant distinctive features that are the foundation of the Basic Laws of both federal states.

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Author Biographies

Alexander A. Gogin, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

Doctor of Law, associate professor, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

Anna N. Fedorova, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

PhD in Law, associate professor, the Head of Civil Law and Procedure, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

Ramil F. Vagapov, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

PhD in Law, associate professor, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

Alexey V. Sergeev, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

PhD in Law, associate professor, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Togliatti State University, Togliatti (Russia).

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Published
2021-06-29
How to Cite
Gogin, A. A., Fedorova, A. N., Vagapov, R. F., & Sergeev, A. V. (2021). Austrian and Russian constitutionalism: comprehensive analysis. Amazonia Investiga, 10(41), 121-130. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2021.41.05.12
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