Now that the path of constitutional reform in Russia has reached its conclusion, with the adoption of almost all the implementing measures of Constitutional Amendment Law of the 14th March 2020, a more thoughtful reflection on the rationale of this complex constitutional restructuring is needed, taking into account long-term political and cultural phenomena

Paternalist Constitutionalism and the Emergence of Sovereign Cultural Identity: The Case of Russia / A. DI GREGORIO. - (2021 Jun 27).

Paternalist Constitutionalism and the Emergence of Sovereign Cultural Identity: The Case of Russia

A. DI GREGORIO
2021-06-27

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Now that the path of constitutional reform in Russia has reached its conclusion, with the adoption of almost all the implementing measures of Constitutional Amendment Law of the 14th March 2020, a more thoughtful reflection on the rationale of this complex constitutional restructuring is needed, taking into account long-term political and cultural phenomena
Russia, constitutionalism, anti-constitutionalis, paternalist constitutionalism
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