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Useful Information

Below is a list of resources and links that can give you direction in you research and preparation of a constitutional complaint, as well as enforcing RCC judgments.

(1) Publications of the Institute for Law and Public Policy:

  • Guide on the application to RCC “How to Protect Rights in Constitutional Court” (2014);
  • Summaries of RCC Judgments “Constitution in Judgments of Russian Constitutional Court” (2015)

(2) Resources of the official website of Russian Constitutional Court:

  • Documents for applying to RCC (http://www.ksrf.ru/ru/Petition/Pages/Docs.aspx)
  • RCC E-Filing Portal (https://petition.ksrf.ru)

(3) List if key statutes and other sources concerning functioning of RCC:

  • Constitution of the Russian Federation;
  • Federal constitutional law No. 1-FKZ of 21 July 1994 “On the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation”;
  • Tax Code of the Russian Federation (see articles 333.23, 333.35, 333.40, 333.41);
  • Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (see articles 215, 217, 251, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397);
  • Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (see articles 13, 143, 309, 310-317);
  • Criminal Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (see articles 238, 413, 414, 415, 419);
  • Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 257 of 27 April 2005 “On the Order and Amount of Reimbursement of Costs Incurred by Citizens and (or) Their Associations and Representatives in Constitutional Litigation”;
  • RCC Rules;
  • Resolution of Plenum of Supreme Court of the Russian Federation No. 8 of 31 October 1995 “On Questions of Application of Constitution of the Russian Federation in Administration of Justice”;
  • Resolution of Plenum of Supreme Court of the Russian Federation No. 31 of 11 December 2012 “On Application of Provisions of Civil Procedure Court of the Russian Federation by Courts in Reviewing Applications and Reports on Reopening Cases upon Discovery of New Facts” (paras. 5, 11).Below is a list of resources and links that can give you direction in you research and preparation of a constitutional complaint, as well as enforcing RCC judgment.

     

 
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