ABUSE OF RIGHTS IN THE ELECTORAL AND INFORMATIONAL RELATIONS: ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN 2014

Abstract


In the article the problems of combatting abuse of rights in the field of information support of election campaigning are analyzed; the necessity of legislative innovations, prohibiting the combination of statuses of a candidate in the elections and an official is substantiated. Changes in the content of voting, aimed at limiting harm caused by the nomination of candidates, who have no intention to be elected are suggested.


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V. E. Volkov

Samara State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: morenov.sv@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1825-0097

Russian Federation

References

  1. URL: http://goo.gl/nMMj9U.
  2. Paragraph 3 of article 23 of Federal Law ¹167-FZ from June 12, 2002 «On basic guarantees of electoral rights and the right to participate in the referendum of citizens of the Russian Federation». [in Russian]
  3. Ruling of Supreme Court of the Russian Federation № 2-Ã07-6 from March 21, 2007. [in Russian]
  4. Paragraph 2 of article 19 of Constitution of the Russian Federation 1993. [in Russian]
  5. URL: http://goo.gl/bvJMpD.
  6. Kruss V. Abuse of rights: tutorial. M.: Norma, 2010, p. 41. [in Russian]
  7. Decision of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation from November 17, 1998 № 26-P «In the case on the constitutionality of certain provisions of the Federal Law from 21 June 1995 “On the Election of Deputies of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian
  8. Federation”». Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation, 1998, no [in Russian]

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