Article 5116

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Starkin Nikita Yuryevich, Postgraduate student, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia),

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Background. Topicality of the present research is determined by scientific and theoretical significance. Scientifically and theoretically the research will deepen our understanding of the constitutional right of association. The purpose of the article is to review the normative content and legal nature of the right of association in the Russian Federation.
Materials and methods. The research objectives were implemented through the use of international regulations, constitutions of several states, the federal legislation. A special place is occupied by the legal position of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation on the issue studied.
Results. The author investigated the normative content and legal nature of the constitutional right of association, considered limitation boundaries of this right in international legal acts, constitutions of European states, the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
Conclusions. The analysis showed that the legal nature and normative content of the right of association arise from the fact of fixing this right in the Constitution, and thus giving it a higher constitutional status. Enshrined in the Constitution of the Russian Federation the right of association is not just regulatory, but also ensuring the
constitutional guarantees and limitations that the law does not detract from its nature as a constitutional right. The article identifies criteria of limitation of the constitutional right of association.

Key words

right of association, legal nature, normative content, limitation criteria.

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