THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ORGANIZING PUBLIC LIFE (RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN EXPERIENCE)
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THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ORGANIZING PUBLIC LIFE (RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN EXPERIENCE)
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S0207-36760000392-0-1
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150-174
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In the article we analyze the impact of everyday legal relations (actual practices) on formation of legal consciousness, the impact of the current legal awareness of the different actors on the lawmaking and law enforcement. We explore the thin line, with lies between the formal coercion to enforce the law (the letter of the law) and the awareness of the spirit of the law. On the basis of Russian and world experience we show the difficulties of rationalization and socialization of legal relations. The success of socialization can be achieved only after involvement of the actors in the process of reforming (training and education), after ensuring the material conditions of decent human existence. The long process of rationalization of the legislation led to the adoption of appropriate standards. In particular, the European Social Charter defines and measures the right of elderly persons to a decent life. The European Social Charter prescribes to provide elderly persons adequate resources ((enabling them to lead a decent life and play an active part in public, social and cultural life». The European Social Charter was ratified by the Russian Federation.
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legal consciousness, decent life, European social charter, international standards, elderly persons
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