Romanovskaya Ol'ga Valentinovna, Doctor of juridical sciences, professor, head of sub-department of state-legal disciplines, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Background. The Institute of Delegation of State and Power to Non-Governmental Organizations was actively used in the constitutional practice of the Russian Federation. At the same time, the content of this process is determined by the decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation. There is an interpretation of individual constitutional norms applied in a concrete case, but there is no unified system of delegation rules. This topic is not reflected in modern Russian constitutional science. Objective – to determine the basic principles for the delegation of certain state-power authorities to non-state organizations, to conduct an analysis of the content of the identified principles.
Materials and methods. The implementation of research tasks was achieved on the basis of the analysis of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the decisions of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, which determine the national model of delegation of power. As methods of research, the method of analysis of regulatory legal regulation, historical legal and comparative legal methods was used.
Results. The peculiarities of the content of the basic principles of delegation of power in constitutional law are singled out. The foreign experience of delegation of powers is given.
Conclusions. The basic principles for the delegation of power are formulated, the content characteristic of each of them is presented. It is proved that the management of public interests becomes more complicated, differentiation of relations takes place, when a “standard” state apparatus, due to a certain formalization and bureaucratization, can not adequately and quickly react to changing reality. Delegation of authority allows the use of flexible approaches in the current administration in various sectors of the economy.
delegation, state power, authority, non-governmental organization, state body
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