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Современные модели конституционно-правового регулирования права человека на развитие

Petrenko Olesya Valer'evna

Head of the department of the Analysis of Legal Precedent and Law Enforcement Issues, Moscow Arbitration Court

123154, Russia, Moscow, Narodnogo Opolcheniya Street 29, office #3

olesia_petrenko@list.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2454-0706.2016.9.42991

Received:

04-09-2016


Published:

28-09-2016


Abstract: This article is dedicated to the analysis of the constitutional law regulation of the human right to development in various countries of the world. Based on the research of a significant number of constitutional norms, the author determines the content and peculiarities of the human right to development, as well as the specificity of the constitutional law provisions on this right. The author examines constitutional norms dedicated to development as comprehensive economic, social, cultural, and political process, human rights, participation in development and fair distribution of its benefits, equality of opportunity, increase of wealth of the population, and other elements of support of the human right to development. The author concludes that there are two models of constitutional law regulations of the human right to development: direct, and that mediated in the norms of the Constitution. Despite the fact that direct support of the human right to development in the texts of the Constitutions is an optimal way of ensuring its realization, further development of the constitutional law regulation of the right to development via expansion of the number of separate constitutional elements supporting the right to development can be just as effective.


Keywords:

economic development, social justice, constitution, equal opportunity, development, Human rights, Right to development, sustainable development, fair distribution of benefits, legal regulation

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