doctor of jurisprudence, professor
The Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation
34, Bolshaya Cheremushkinskaya st., Moscow, 117218, Russia
This article deals with established over the centuries, the democratic, but not always in conformity with the same constitutional provisions, general formulations: laws are passed by the Parliament, the Parliament is the only legislative body, the laws are approved by one Chamber of the bicameral Parliament, the role of the head of State when adopting the law. There are different ways to adopt an act: the parliamentarian one, subparlamentarian (standing committees, sections and resolutive commissions of the Parliament), overparlamentarian (bodies, which included the Parliament), extraparliamentarian (adopted by referendum etc.), delegated and reglamented legislation. Reviews articles 105 and 107 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Contrary to article 105 legislative text adopted by the State Duma, if it does not overcome the veto other Chamber or the head of State, not yet the law (it’s not). In other cases, the date and number of the Act are also put in the next not when it passed by the Duma, but after the signature of the President of the Russian Federation.
Кeywords: enactment of law, parliament, ways to adopt an act, head of State, reglamentеd legislation, delegated legislation.
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