FUNCTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND SUBJECTIVE LAW
(47-51)

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Tonkov Evgeniy Evgenievich Dr of law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation. Position: director of Law Institute.
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Annotation:
The article shows that the legal recognition of the priority of human rights and the establishment of a state duty to protect them is not yet a guarantee of the actual implementation by public authorities of their constitutional duties.
How to Cite:
Tonkov E.E., (2013), FUNCTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND SUBJECTIVE LAW. Gaps in Russian legislation, 6: 47-51.
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Keywords:
the state, corruption, crisis, power, legal regulation, freedom.