Abstracts. The article provides a comprehensive analysis of the functioning mechanism of the constitutional legal order under martial law, in particular the means and methods by which it can protect constitutional values, rights and identity from internal and external threats, and also offers practical recommendations for preventing the possible involution of constitutionalism in the post-war period.
The article is devoted to the study of the peculiarities of remote criminal proceedings caused by the introduction of martial law on the territory of Ukraine. The importance and relevance of the issue of the use of the video conference mode in the criminal process during the war are outlined.
Abstract. The article examines the peculiarities of looting and other types of criminal offenses committed against property during the legal regime of martial law. As you know, the problem of preserving property is especially relevant during military operations. Among all criminal offenses, crimes aimed at the appropriation of someone else's property occupy a special place, given the numerous forms of their manifestation.
Summary. In today's conditions, the research of the legal framework in the field of notary is more relevant than ever. This is due to the fact that in the conditions of martial law, the notary, as well as other structures representing our state, underwent significant changes for the sake of the country's security.
Characterization of crimes against the foundations of national security in the context of the latest changes and additions was carried out. It is established that criminal law is not stable, as it is based on changing and fluid historical conditions, which are determined by political, social and economic forces. In view of the current events caused by the started war against our state, a number of changes and additions were made to Chapter 1 "Crimes against the foundations of national security" of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
In connection with the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation into Ukraine on February 24, 2022, martial law was introduced throughout the territory of our country.
The article analyzes the peculiarities of the functioning of local self-government in the conditions of martial law. It has been found that local self-government in Ukraine is a state-guaranteed right and real ability of a territorial community - residents of a village or a voluntary association of residents of several villages, towns, cities into a rural community - independently or under the responsibility of local self-government bodies and officials of local importance within the limits of the Constitution and laws of Ukraine.
Abstract. The relevance of the study lies in the study of negative trends of real reality in the life of Ukrainian society against the background of the international authority of our state.
The problems of not fully effective operation of the law during the period of martial law and the inconsistency of the existing mechanisms for the protection of human rights and freedoms to the needs of citizens were considered.
The article analyzes the legal framework for the organization and exercise of public authority in Ukraine under martial law. It is found that public authority is exercised in various forms by a wide range of authorized entities.
The article clarifies the issue of legal regulation of financial relations during martial law in Ukraine. Changes in the powers of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, the State Treasury Service of Ukraine, the National Bank of Ukraine, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, military administrations, and local bodies during this period were considered.