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Avdeev Dmitriy Aleksandrovich

PhD in Law

Docent, the department of Constitutional and Municipal Law, Tyuumen State University

660041, Russia, Krasnoyarskii krai, g. Krasnoyarsk, Svobodnyi, 79

ronner@mail.ru
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Kuvshinov Aleksandr Mikhailovich

Master's degree, the department of Consitutional and Municipal Law, Tyumen State University

625022, Russia, Tyumen, Gazovikov Street 43, unit #24

a.m.kuvshinov@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2454-0706.2016.3.42930

Received:

13-03-2016


Published:

28-03-2016


Abstract: This article analyzes the legal status of the highest official of a subject of Russian Federation. The authors explore the Russian and German experience in the constitutional law regulation of this institution. A comparative analysis is conducted on various aspects of the work of the highest official in the Russian Federation and the Federative Republic of Germany: order of its formation, competence, foundation of its relations with regional parliament, share of its participation in the work of the federal branches of the government, as well as the basis for termination of the authority of a head of the subject of the federation. The research highlights the common features and national peculiarities of this institution within Russian Federation and the Federative Republic of Germany (on the example of specific federal subjects). The conducted allowed the authors to come to a conclusion that the Federal Law from October 6, 1999 No. 184-FZ “On the General Principles of Organization of the Legislative (Representative) and Executive Branches of Government Authority of the Subjects of Russian Federation” simultaneously establishes two mutually excluding legal models of work organizations of the highest official of the subject of federation, based on the concepts of decentralized and centralized type of public administration.


Keywords:

highest official, head of government, Minister-President, head of subject, constitutional legal status, governor, government executive bodies of federative subject, federal constituent, Germany, federal land

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