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Law Enforcement Problems at the Appointment of Administrative Punishment

Natalia V. Fedorenko, Veronika V. Kolesnik and Julia V. Fedorenko

International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2017, vol. V, issue 2, 34-41

Abstract: The present article is designed to draw the attention of readers to the existing problems in law-enforcement activity at the purpose of administrative punishments. In the article the problems of the general and private character which are not known have been analyzed. The attention is focused on an imperfect legislative regulation which, according to authors, is the cornerstone of many problems in law enforcement.Authors consider the problems of interpretation of the concept "administrative punishment" and the questions of the creation of an optimum system of punishments, as prescribed by the administrative law, a prerequisite of a corruption. The provisions of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Offences provide the choice of a look and the degree of severity of administrative punishments for offenses.As a result, authors formulate conclusions about existence in activity to destination of administrative punishments of essential quantity of unresolved problems, both in a system, and in a private character. Besides corruption provisions of the administrative law, according to authors, act as initial prerequisites of key problems of law enforcement.

Keywords: Administrative punishment; law enforcement problems; system of administrative punishments; corruption; dispositivity. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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