About Preliminary Constitutional Control in Russian Federation


  • Alsu Machmutovna Khurmatullina
  • Artem Sergeevich Tarasov
  • Damir Ravilyevich Salikhov



Palabras clave:

constitutional court, preliminary constitutional review, draft law, amendments, Constitution, powers


The article analyzes the amendments to the Constitution that were adopted on July 4, 2020. The authors consider the changes concerning the legal status of the constitutional justice body in the Russian Federation and the Russian Federation subject. The article analyzes the foreign experience of exercising the powers of these bodies to exercise preliminary constitutional control and the possibility of their power use in Russian judicial practice.


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Alsu Makhmutovna Khurmatullina, PhD in Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law of K(P)FU

Artem Sergeevich Tarasov, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law, K(P)FU

Damir Ravilievich Salikhov, PhD in Law, Assistant of the Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov




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Machmutovna Khurmatullina, A., Sergeevich Tarasov, A., & Ravilyevich Salikhov, D. (2021). About Preliminary Constitutional Control in Russian Federation. Revista San Gregorio, 1(44). https://doi.org/10.36097/rsan.v1i44.1605