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List of Russian-Language Abbreviations

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This section presents a list of Russian-language abbreviations that occur in this book titled Law in Eastern Europe The Russian Constitutional Court, the successor to the committee of constitutional supervision, has steadfastly followed the "open access" policy proclaimed by its predecessor vis-a-vis legislation in its own decisions: all judgments and rulings of the RF constitutional court are reportedly published in full-text form. The chapters in this volume offer meaningful guidance to the reader in assessing how much has been done to improve the workings of the justice system in Russia since the end of the Soviet era. It will also help to understand how much remains to be done in Russia-as is also the case elsewhere-to ensure that justice is rendered to all in a competent fashion and on a timely basis.

Keywords: constitutional court; Russia; Soviet era



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