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International Legal Norms in the System of the Ukrainian Constitution

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This article studies influence of international legal norms on the Ukrainian Constitution. Special attention is given to the provisions of Article 9 of the Constitution which regulates the implementation of international treaties in the legal system of Ukraine. The creation and main directions of activity of the Constitutional Assembly are analyzed. The author arrived at the conclusion that the main drawback of the current Constitution is the declarative nature of some constitutional provisions.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of International Law at the National State Tax Service University


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