Judiciary and Constitutional Balance

Introduction. The article analyzes the prerequisites for changing the Constitution of the Russian Federation existing in the system of Russian law. For Russia, having a quarter-century legislative experience under conditions of democratic socio-political relations and a market economy, the issue of assessing the potential of the current edition of the Constitution is extremely relevant. Theoretical analysis. An important vectorial principle in the Constitution of the Russian Federation is its focus on the human rights, ensuring rights and freedoms of people. This constitutional principle is implemented by endowing each of the branches of power with an equal amount of authority and responsibility to participate in public administration. Empirical analysis. We proved that the most common cause of imbalance in the system of checks and balances is the changes in society itself. The individual signs of the existing imbalance between the branches of power are considered. Conclutions. We highlighted the lack of objective grounds for reviewing the main provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation or the adoption of its new version. At the same time, the possibility of making separate, point-wise amendments to the provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation regarding the powers of the branches of state power is considered.

Some Aspects of the Implementation of Lawmaking Policy in Civil Proceedings

Introduction. At present Russian Federation formed enough quality legislation. However, legal framework under constant updates. Therefore, the creation of legal conditions for securing legislative strategy is the aim of lawmaking policy, under which it is possible to understand the science-based, consistent and systemic activity of the state and nonstate structures aimed at determining the strategy and tactics of lawmaking, the creation of necessary conditions for effective lawmaking work etc. Methods. Methodological basis of research supports internally interconnected complex methods of cognition: systematic and structural, functional, logical, and apply legalistic, deductive method of investigation and materialist dialectics. Results. Lawmaking policy plays an important role in the formation of civil proceedings. The perspective of civil litigation may come just because of the concept of law-making policies that will contribute to eliminate the significant deficiencies in existing legal acts and intro- duce new features to improve how civil justice and justice in general. Conclutions. The author believes that the law-making policy in civil proceedings will provide a guarantee of quality protection of violated rights and freedoms of subjects.