Annotation. The article examines the issue of normative and legal regulation of the activities of the President of Ukraine, in particular, the definition of the powers of the President of Ukraine in the Constitution of Ukraine and the problems of normative and legal regulation of the implementation of the powers of the President of Ukraine at the legislative level.
The article clarifies the influence of the religious factor on the formation of the legal ideology of Ukrainian society in modern realities, which often has an ambiguous and contradictory character in the formation of the newest mechanism for the realization of human and citizen rights and freedoms.
Annotation. The article examines the problems of regulatory regulation of the powers of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine at the level of the Constitution of Ukraine and the Law of Ukraine "On the Constitutional Court of Ukraine", the question of the adequacy of the scope of the powers of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and the possibility of their improvement through a significant expansion in order to qualitatively ensure the performance of the function of protecting the Constitution of Ukraine.
The issue of defining the concept of "criminal legal qualification" was considered. It is noted that in order to regulate the most important social relations, the state adopts laws that establish generally accepted rules of behavior. The law on criminal liability is one of the important means of protecting life, health, honor, dignity, inviolability and security of a person as the highest social value, the state system of Ukraine, its political and economic systems, property and the entire legal order from criminal encroachments and a means of combating them.
Abstract. The relevance of the mentioned issues lies in the analysis of the approaches to the interpretation of legal understanding as a key category of jurisprudence available in the legal doctrine. The nature of professional legal understanding as its separate level (type) is revealed. The peculiarities of the professional legal understanding of practicing lawyers in various legal families of today are outlined.
The article carries out a theoretical and legal study of religious organizations as participants in the discourse of the concept of human rights, clarification of the peculiarities of their perception of human rights in the historical context. It is proved that the contribution of Western and Eastern religious organizations to the development of the concept of human rights is not homologous.
The article analyzes the doctrinal definitions of "law formation" available in modern scientific discourse and outlines the characteristic features of this phenomenon. Based on the generalization of various approaches to the definition of "law-making", the following characteristics are defined: 1) it is used in various aspects; 2) duration of legal formation; 3) contains both objective and subjective factors; 4) legal norms are formed as a result of law formation. Since law formation is a long process, it can be divided into certain stages.
The article indicates that the honor and dignity of a person is an important factor and an integral component of his constitutional rights and freedoms. Starting from antiquity, in many normative legal acts such as Roman law, Digests of Justinian, the legislation of Kievan Rus, and other European states, the desire to protect the rights, honor and dignity of privileged social classes, and later also of free people, through the legislative policy of the state, can be traced.
The article is devoted to the analysis of the main models of criminalization of acts.
Based on the principles and grounds of criminalization (decriminalization), the legislature creates a new criminal law (or, conversely, changes or repeals the existing one). At the same time, preliminary models of the new norm are being developed, which must meet different, sometimes contradictory requirements.
The article is devoted to the characterization of a criminal organization as a form of complicity.
Organized crime is a negative social phenomenon that is caused by social relations that arise as a result of human activity.
In the current Criminal Code of Ukraine, the criminal organization has found expression as the most dangerous form. The need to define this form of complicity, its typical and specific features is caused primarily by the rapid growth of organized crime.