state coercion

State primus: concept and characteristics

The article considers the concept and characteristics of state coercion in the context of the rule of law, rule of law and legality. The rule of law does not and cannot deny the exercise of coercive influence, but does not recognize coercion that is not based on law. It is noted that in legal science there is no generally accepted approach to the interpretation of state coercion. State coercion is defined differently by researchers. State coercion can be defined as the authorized activity of officials aimed at exercising power in order to comply with and enforce legal acts.

A view on state primus in the context of the european integration of Ukraine

The article on the methodology of system analysis considers the institution of state coercion from the standpoint of the principles of the rule of law, the rule of law and the rule of human rights. The decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in the context of improving the regulatory and legal regulation of the use of state coercion in Ukraine, the role 5 of the court in the process of using state coercion, and the problem of adaptation of the legal base to the requirements of the European Union are analyzed.