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RЎRRRP • P SЃS,SЊ Sѓ RѕSЃSЃRoR№SЃRєRѕR№ R¤RμRґRμSЂR ° C RoRo RћSЃRЅRѕRІRЅRѕR№ † P · ° F RєRѕRЅ RїSЂSЏRјRѕRіRѕ RґRμR№SЃS,RІRoSЏ â € "† RљRѕRЅSЃS,RoS,SѓS RoSЏ, PI RєRѕS,RѕSЂRѕR№ RμSЃS,SЊ SЃS ‚Р ° тья 15-СЏ, РІ которой есть С ‡ Р ° сть 4-СЏ, РІ РєРѕС‚РССРРРР Р · Р ° РїРёСЃР ° РЅРѕ:


<< The generally recognized principles and norms of international law and international treaties of the Russian Federation are an integral part of its legal system. If an international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes rules other than those provided by law, then the rules of the international treaty apply. >>

F F ± RІSЃRμ RІSЂRѕRґRμ C <... € RѕSЂRѕS of the PS Ryo P "‡ RѕRіRoS RЅRѕ, RІRμRґSЊ RґR RЅRЅR ° ° ° SЏ RЅRѕSЂRјR RіRѕRІRѕSЂRoS, of the PS S,RѕRј C ‡ P S,Rѕ RѕSЃSЃRoSЏ SЏRІR" SЏRμS,SЃSЏ RЅR ° RґRμR¶ RЅS SЂRѕRґRЅS <Rμ RґRѕRіRѕRІRѕSЂS <Ryo RЅRμ P ± SѓRґRμS, RїS <S,R ° S,SЊSЃSЏ RїRμSЂRμSЃRјRѕS,SЂRμS,SЊ Roes ... PI SѓRіRѕRґSѓ Röhr · RјRμRЅRoRІS € RμR№SЃSЏ RїRѕR "RoS,RoS ‡ RμSЃRєRѕR№ RєRѕRЅSЉSЋRЅRєS,SѓSЂRμ. F C ± F RІSЂRѕRґRμ <RІSЃRμ RїRѕRЅSЏS,RЅRѕ RЅR ° RїRoSЃR ° RЅRѕ, RІRμRґSЊ SЂRμS ‡ SЊ RєRѕRЅRєSЂRμS,RЅRѕ of the PS RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR ° SЂRѕRґRЅS <C ... € RѕS,RЅRѕS RμRЅRoSЏS ..., Ryo RЅRo of the PS C ‡ RμRј RoRЅRѕRј.

But it was not there.

R "RμR" of the PS PI S,RѕRј C ‡ S,Rѕ RμSЃS,SЊ PI P RѕSЃSЃRoR№SЃRєRѕR№ R¤RμRґRμSЂR ° C RoRo SЃRєR ° † P ‡ · RѕS RЅRoRєRo: RґRμRїSѓS,R ° C, P "P" R •. R¤RμRґRѕSЂRѕRІ Ryo RμRјSѓ RїRѕRґRѕR ± RЅS <Rμ, RєRѕS,RѕSЂS <Rμ PI SѓRіRѕRґSѓ RїSЂRμSЃR "RμRґSѓRμRјS <Rј RoRј RїRѕR" ‡ RoS,RoS RμSЃRєRoRј RμR C † "‡ SЏRј SЃRѕS RoRЅRoR" Ryo SЃRєR ° F · RєSѓ RїSЂRѕ S,Rѕ C ‡ P ‡ S,Rѕ ° C SЃS,SЊ 4-SЏ SЃS,R ° S,SЊRo 15-R№ RљRѕRЅSЃS,RoS,SѓS † P RoRo R¤ RЅR ° SЃR ° RјRѕRј RґRμR "Rμ RіRѕRІRѕSЂRoS, RЅRμ of the PS RїSЂR Р І Р Р Р ° ј ј ј ј ј ° ° · Р ° РєРѕРЅРѕРґР ° тельством Р РѕСЃСЃРёР№СЃР єРѕР№ ФедерР° С † РёРё.

РќРѕ это РїРѕР »Р ± еды.

PI S,RѕRј R'RμRґR ° C ‡ S,Rѕ RμSЃS,SЊ PI P RѕSЃSЃRoRo RіSЂR ° R¶RґR ° RЅRμ, RєRѕS,RѕSЂS <Rμ RѕS RμRЅSЊ ‡ P "SЋR ± SЏS, SЃRєR ° F · P ± Pd RєRo еР· РґСѓРјРЅРѕ РІ эти СЃРєР ° Р · РєРё РІРµСЂСЏС ‚.

Р РЅР ° СЃР »СѓС € Р ° РІС € РёСЃСЊ тР° РєРёС… СЃРєР ° Р · РѕРє, СЌС‚Rё СЃР ° РјС <Рµ РіСЂР ° ждР° РЅРµ РїРѕС ‡ ти С ‡ С RіRѕSЂRґRѕSЃS,SЊSЋ P · ° F SЏRІR "SЏSЋS, RѕR ± RѕS,SЃSѓS,SЃS,RІRoRo Sѓ RѕSЃSЃRoR№SЃRєRѕR№ R¤RμRґRμSЂR ° F † C RoRo SЃSѓRІRμSЂRμRЅRoS,RμS,R °, ± RѕR RѕSЃRЅRѕRІS <RІR ° SЏ SЃRІRѕRμ SѓS, RІRμSЂR¶RґRμRЅRoRμ S,RμRј C ‡ S,Rѕ, RґRμSЃRєR ° S,SЊ, RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR ° SЂRѕRґRЅRѕRμ RїSЂR ° RІRѕ RіR "P ° RІRμRЅSЃS,RІSѓRμS, RЅR ° Rґ SЃSѓRІRμSЂRμRЅRЅS <Rј P · ° F RєRѕRЅRѕRґR ° S,RμR »Сством.

Р • СЃР »РЁ Р ± С‹ СЌС, РЁ РіСЂР ° ждР° РЅРµ РјРµРЅСЊС € Рµ С ‡ РёС РР Р Р Рё Рё СЃР »СѓС € Р ° Р» Рё СЃРєР ° Р · РєРё Рё РёС… СЃРР · РґР ° телей, С, Рѕ Сѓ РЅРЁС… РЅР ° вернякР° остР° Р» РѕСЃСЊ Р ± С S Њ Њ Р ё Р Ђ Р Р Р R Р C Ѓ S Њ N 101-FZ of 15 << On international treaties of the Russian Federation >> и Resolution of the Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation N 5 of 10.10.2003 << On the application by courts of general jurisdiction of generally recognized principles and norms of international law and international treaties of the Russian Federation >>, РёР »Рё С… отя Р ± С <СЃР» РѕРІР ° СЂСЊ, РІ реР· СѓР »СЊС‚Р ° те С З РёРіРѕ РѕРЅРё Р ± С‹ СѓР · РЅР ° Р »Рё Рё Рё Р ± еР· того РѕС ‡ РµРІРёРґРЅС ‹Рµ РІРµС ‰ Рё.

RћRЅRo SѓR RЅR · ° F "P ± Pd C <C ‡ S,Rѕ RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR ° SЂRѕRґRЅRѕRμ RїSЂR ° RІRѕ â €" SЌS,Rѕ SЃRѕRІRѕRєSѓRїRЅRѕSЃS,SЊ SЋSЂRoRґRoS RμSЃRєRoS ... ‡ † RїSЂRoRЅS RoRїRѕRІ RЅRѕSЂRј Ryo, SЂRμRіSѓR "RoSЂSѓSЋS ‰ ... Roes РѕС‚РЅРѕС € ения между РіРѕССѓРґР ° рствР° РјРё.

RЈR ·R °R °R »R РR ±RRRRORRORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRCRRRRRRRRRRRRRRTR onChRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr RіR ° SЋS ‰ RoRμ RЅRѕSЂRјS <RїRѕRІRμRґRμRЅRoSЏ SЃSѓR ± SЉRμRєS,RѕRІ RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR ° SЂRѕRґRЅS <C ... RѕS,RЅRѕS € RμRЅRoR№ (RїSЂRoRЅS † RoRї RІSЃRμRѕR C ± ‰ RμRіRѕ SѓRІR ° R¶RμRЅRoSЏ RїSЂR PI ° C ‡ RμR "RѕRІRμRєR ° , RїSЂRoRЅS † ± RoRї RґRѕR SЂRѕSЃRѕRІRμSЃS,RЅRѕRіRѕ RІS <RїRѕR "RЅRμRЅRoSЏ RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR ° SЂRѕRґRЅS <C ... RѕR ± SЏR · ° F S,RμR" SЊSЃS,RІ Ryo S,.Rї.).

РЈР ·РЅР °Р РР РР РР ° Р РР ° Р РР ° РРР ° РРР ° РР ° RЅR ° RІR ° RμRјRѕRμ SЋSЂRoRґRoS ‡ RμSЃRєRo RѕR ± SЏR · ° F S,RμR "SЊRЅS <Rј RїSЂR ° RІRoR" of the PS RїRѕRІRμRґRμRЅRoSЏ RіRѕSЃSѓRґR ° SЂSЃS,RІ Ryo RґSЂSѓRіRoS ... SЃSѓR ± SЉRμRєS,RѕRІ RјRμR¶RґSѓRЅR SЂRѕRґRЅRѕRіRѕ RїSЂR ° ° ° RІR PI ROS ... RјRµR¶RґSѓRЅR ° СЂРѕРґРЅС <С… РѕС‚РЅРѕС € енРОСЏС….

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Р РїРѕСЃР »РµРґРЅРµРµ: тем, кто Р” СЋР ± РЁС ‚СЃРєР ° Р · РєРё, РЅРѕ РЅРµ Р» СЋР ± РЁС, С Ð РёСРРС СРС РРРРРСРСРСРР РС, Р СРРСРР СРСРСРРР РРРР РРРР Р РРРР СРР РРРР Р РРРР РРРРРСеееее РµРРРРРРРРРРР ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р‚ЂР±Р °Р ° Р °РелР±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р‚ЂР±Р ±Р ° Р ·РµРµР »Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±Р ±R ±R стрР° РЅС ‹, С… РѕС ‡ Сѓ РЅР ° помнить, С ‡ то, РїРѕРјРёРјРѕ С ‡ Р ° сти 4-Р№ стР° С..СЊРё XN-СРССРССРРСРР 15-Р№ стР° С..СРё XN-СРС-СРС-РС ‚СѓС † RyoRё Р Р¤, есть РµС ‰ Рµ С ‡ Р ° сть 6-СЏ стР° тьи 125-Р№, РєРсСРР ССРР С С С ССРРРРССРРРРРРРРСРРСРРРРРРСРРСРРРСССРС, РССЊРРС XР¶СNР :РСР :СРРёСРРРСNР °Р :Р :СёР XСЊРРС С

<< Acts or their individual provisions, recognized as unconstitutional, become invalid; international treaties of the Russian Federation that do not comply with the Constitution of the Russian Federation are not subject to entry into force and application. >>

RJ RѕSЃSЃRoR№SЃRєRѕR№ R¤RμRґRμSЂR ° C † RoRo RЅR S,RμSЂSЂRoS,RѕSЂRoRo ° F RѕSЃSЃRoR№SЃRєRѕR№ R¤RμRґRμSЂR ° C RoRo RЅRμ RјRѕR¶RμS † P ± C <S,SЊ Ryo SЂRμS ‡ Ryo.
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  1. Denis
    Denis 27 November 2013 07: 11
    -9
    State Duma deputy E. Fedorov and others like him
    Fifth Column-ON THE LANTERN!
    I wonder who voted for this clown and is it possible to withdraw the vote?
    There is enough of such Mr. Good, in this State Duma
    1. Coward
      Coward 27 November 2013 08: 56
      +9
      Do you know anything about Fedorov? Or did you, with a finger poke calling a person an enemy and you already hang him run?
      E. Fedorov is just fighting for the sovereignty of our country and for the nationalization of the Central Bank.
      1. smel
        smel 27 November 2013 10: 48
        +4
        It's not about Fedorov. It's about the laws. Right now, Yanukovych will be banned from entering the United States. There is a similar proposal - Barak to ban entry into Russia until the United States joins the Customs Union
      2. Yarosvet
        27 November 2013 13: 29
        +2
        Quote: Coward
        E. Fedorov is just fighting for the sovereignty of our country

        How does he "fight"? Voting to join the WTO?
      3. krasavchik
        krasavchik 27 November 2013 15: 03
        +2
        not fighting, but resisting)
      4. Normal
        Normal 27 November 2013 16: 31
        +2
        Quote: Coward
        Do you know anything about Fedorov?

        Sure! The pro-Putin demagogue is the shortest and most faithful characteristic of Fedorov.
        Recently, we are constantly asked to comment on the statements of the rising star of the patriotic Internet, E.A. Fedorov. We carry out.
        ........
        An express analysis of the thought stream of a rising star of the patriotic Internet established:

        - rhetoric is aimed at an emotional listener with a patriotic bias.
        - WTO accession and impending privatization are linked to the personality of the president, to whose address loyalist curtsies have been made;
        - The pushing of a purely liberal model takes place under the guise of statism.

        The editorial conclusion: an ordinary Duma politician of the Yeltsin appeal, an employee of Anatoly Borisovich Chubais, wearing glasses and trousers, voting for the WTO and privatization, has learned to speak ultra-patriotic words. So irreconcilably patriotic that the chain "we fought with the United States" - "We lost the war" - "We are an occupied country" - "Everything is lost" - "There is nothing to twitch" - "We must do what the Westerners say" - makes a dialectical circle and ends up there where are the positions of outspoken Westerners from the HSE. This is what the magic truth-teller does when applied correctly.

        Well, let the distinguished reader make the final conclusion himself.

        www.sovet-naroda.ru/novosti-komitetov/460-evgenij-fedorov-i-volshebnyj-pravdorub


        -razbor-deputata
      5. Yarosvet
        27 November 2013 18: 27
        0
        Quote: Coward
        Do you know anything about Fedorov?
      6. Denis
        Denis 27 November 2013 19: 06
        +3
        Quote: Coward
        do you know anything?
        This is not enough:
        generally recognized principles of international law are the fundamental norms of behavior of subjects of international relations (the principle of universal respect for human rights, the principle of conscientious fulfillment of international obligations, etc.)
        SOMETHES OBSERVES, these norms?
        Then why this talking room?
        The laws of the country should be for the people of this country, and let the world think for itself
        Quote: Coward
        for the nationalization of the Central Bank
        And how, nationalized?
        That's when it will be, then it can be considered a person, but for now only a talker-deputy, which, however, is one and the same
        Zhirik out, too, how to go broke, but what's the point?
  2. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 27 November 2013 07: 16
    +5
    There are countless numbers of "storytellers", and each of them is broadcasting from his own "porch" ... So after all, it has been known for a long time: A Tale is a LIE, but there is a hint in it, good fellows LESSON. hi
  3. Edward72
    Edward72 27 November 2013 07: 19
    11
    This constitution was written under the dictation of mattresses under EBN, so it is not a decree for me. That's when smart heads are written, then we'll see. And now I live in good conscience, I have no other constitution.
    1. Normal
      Normal 27 November 2013 10: 05
      -4
      Quote: Edward72
      This constitution was written under the dictation of mattresses.

      Have you been present at its writing and personally highlighted the dictating mattresses?
      Quote: Edward72
      That's when smart heads will write

      Who do you mean? Isn't Fedorov with Starikov and Kurginyan? Or maybe Wasserman?
    2. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 27 November 2013 10: 47
      +6
      The current Constitution of the Russian Federation, unfortunately, written on the advice of US "mattress makers", does not meet the interests of Russia and its people.
      In particular, in Yarosvet's article "Tales of the New Russia: The Tale of How International Law Reigned in the Power", everything is not as straightforward as the author writes.

      Article 15
      .
      4. The universally recognized principles and norms of international law and international treaties of the Russian Federation are an integral part of its legal system. If the international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes other rules than those provided for by law, the rules of the international treaty are applied.


      In paragraph 4 of Article 15, in addition to international treaties that Yarosvet focuses on, there are also "generally recognized principles and norms of international law", which include a number of legal norms that become the dominant norms of law over the laws of Russia under the existing Constitution.
      Thus, Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice of the United Nations contains a list of sources of international law, on the basis of which the Court must resolve disputes. These include:
      1) international conventions, both general and special, establishing rules;
      2) international custom as evidence of universal practice recognized as a legal norm;
      3) general principles of law recognized by civilized nations;
      4) court decisions and doctrines of the most qualified specialists in public law of various nations as an auxiliary tool for determining legal norms.

      And what to do now in this situation when, for example, "civilizational nations" have accepted same-sex marriage as the norm, and the laws of Russia contradict these norms of international law and only recognize heterosexual marriages. Recognize Russian marriage laws as illegal and allow same-sex marriage? This is just the simplest example.
      So, Yarosvet is wrong in his article. The Constitution of the Russian Federation obliges to consider the norms of international law prevailing over the laws of Russia.
      Conclusion: it is necessary to change the wording of paragraph 4 of Article 15 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation in the interests of the people of Russia.
      1. Yarosvet
        27 November 2013 13: 50
        +3
        Quote: vladimirZ
        And what to do now in this situation when, for example, "civilizational nations" have accepted same-sex marriage as the norm
        This is not a norm, but a principle (from the sphere of respect for human rights) - it is not legally binding.
        The norm (the convention itself and its articles), in turn, is legally binding only when it is signed and ratified.

        Recognize Russian marriage laws illegal and allow same-sex marriage?
        What for? - this is the 1st. The second - the fact that a number of norms of the Russian Federation have not ratified, perfectly illustrates the "primacy" of international law.

        The Constitution of the Russian Federation obliges to consider the norms of international law prevailing over the laws of Russia
        Only signed and ratified, and only in part of international relations.
        For everything else, there is part 6 of Article 125.
    3. Yarosvet
      27 November 2013 13: 33
      0
      Quote: Edward72
      This constitution was written under the dictation of mattresses under EBN

      Please tell me - what exactly from this following dictation did you write?
      1. krasavchik
        krasavchik 27 November 2013 15: 08
        +2
        damned we wanted to make a social state, but Tsar Liberator Putin, along with deputy Fedorov, stubbornly resisted the mattress Constitution and created an antisocial state ^ _ ^
  4. Sirocco
    Sirocco 27 November 2013 07: 29
    -5
    The fact is that there are storytellers in the Russian Federation: State Duma deputy E. Fedorov and the like,
    Well, as I have said more than once, fools in Russia are a hundred years old.
    who, for the sake of pursuing their political goals, composed a fairy tale
    An interesting situation, why do we need such people's representatives who put the interests of the people below their interests. Atu his atu. Recall such "benefactors"
  5. MuadDib
    MuadDib 27 November 2013 07: 31
    +1
    Is this the same Fedorov who goes on all talk shows?
    1. Normal
      Normal 27 November 2013 22: 55
      +1
      Quote: MuadDib
      Is this the same Fedorov who goes on all talk shows?

      Is he.

      Who is Evgeny Fedorov? This is a bureaucratic-political person, raised in the Chubais-Kudrin team and is still tightly connected with it. Despite his biography, it is Fedorov who is now shouting loudest about the patriotism of the United Russia party and President Putin, while simultaneously “merging” Russia's sovereignty by ratifying the WTO agreements and in any other way available to the United Russia deputy.

      It is Fedorov who first puts in his LiveJournal videos about the dangers of specific juvenile bills and the preparation of an alternative law on childhood - and then "abstains" from voting, ensuring the adoption of the same juvenile laws by the State Duma, even in the first reading. This is the same Fedorov, who at first very patriotically and with great fanfare submits to the State Duma for discussion a draft law designed to introduce the concept of a foreign agent for the media - and then quietly withdraws it.

      This is the same Fedorov who, with a group of fellow deputies, introduced amendments to the law on the Central Bank for discussion in the State Duma, providing him with loud patriotic rhetoric. And then it became clear that - in the sense of the Central Bank’s dependence on external forces - the amendments do not change anything significantly, but the scope for political and economic fraud is wide - in particular, Mikhail Khazin has now examined it in great detail.

      On the one hand, you can often hear the definition of "clown" addressed to Evgeny Fedorov from experienced and intelligent people. On the other hand, a whole network of "Zaputinites" has developed on the Internet, which can rightfully be classified as adherents of the "Fedorov's Witness Sect". This brotherhood hangs out in all sorts of Internet communities, flooding them with Fedorov nonsense, and reacts extremely aggressively to any criticism of their "teacher" - as it should be in any sect.

      I am inclined to see in this Fedorov clownery not just a desire to show off, which is characteristic of almost any deputy in our time. I believe that the "Fedorov project" is an attempt with several goals. First, to distract patriotic people in Russia from real political action - towards fruitless discussion of delirium. Secondly, organizationally unite some part of the patriotic protest under oneself, lead it on a leash, and at the right time "drain". Thirdly, to reduce the image of a patriot in public opinion to the image of a clown. Well, and fourthly, of course, endless mantras create the appearance of a certain "real Putin" who is now really "draining" the remnants of Russian sovereignty - but at the same time is preparing, allegedly, some kind of mythical "retaliation". That is, this fourth goal, in fact, is to lull people on the way to the slaughterhouse.

      Of course, the stormy "movement" organized by the mass entertainer (and, concurrently, the deputy of the State Duma) Yevgeny Fedorov, is obviously harmful. Instead of building a new system of power in Russia, very intelligent people are involved in discussions with cretinism, both in person and in absentia. Therefore, when Alexey Khodorych invited me to speak on the air of Pravda.Ru about Yevgeny Fedorov's position regarding the State Department and the "occupation", I preferred to touch this character minimally. And focus on what the system of global subordination looks like in reality. Unfortunately, it is impossible to describe the whole picture in the four minutes allotted by the air. I hope that it turned out, at least, to clearly outline the silhouettes and outline the dynamics of the most important processes.

      http://kir-t34.livejournal.com/59752.html
  6. makarov
    makarov 27 November 2013 07: 37
    +6
    And again, the same thing as before ... each has his own truth, visible only to himself, which is significantly different from the views of other people
    1. PPL
      PPL 27 November 2013 11: 15
      0
      And again the same thing as before ...

      In the development of the theme, a quote from the novel by V.Ya. Shishkova "Urgum-river":
      The law that drew, hehe, ”Ezdakov muttered,“ where he turned, it turned out there. ” Laws are written in the offices. On paper, everything is smooth, good ... No, you try it in the taiga ... with this hard labor.
  7. Stinger
    Stinger 27 November 2013 08: 01
    +6
    Everything is correct. But then why should the "human rights activists" shout about? How to earn your daily bread? Do not go to the machine, forgive me, Lord.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 27 November 2013 10: 35
      +1
      Quote: Stinger
      Not to go to the machine, God forgive me.

      You wanted to say - God forbid? laughing
  8. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 27 November 2013 08: 52
    +6
    Another storyteller on the site and where do they come from so many of them do they multiply like mushrooms after the rain (and everyone wants to eat)? So they push each other away, like animals known to everyone at the trough. Some in the Duma are fattening, while others are "fighting" with them. ! Another "defender" of the constitution imposed on us sought out. I would have read it myself more attentively, maybe I would have figured out what is the reason for the popular discontent with the Basic Law!
  9. baltika-18
    baltika-18 27 November 2013 08: 56
    +3
    Article plus. Logical and convincing. I would like to listen to opponents, that is, supporters of Deputy Fedorov.
    1. Coward
      Coward 27 November 2013 09: 32
      0
      http://vk.com/public41821502 это официальная страница Федорова ВКонтакте. Вчера в 12-50 на ней появилась запись, которую я выложил ниже. А сегодня в 7-03 уже эта статья. Но в ней почему-то ни слова о митинге и о том какие имеено "сказки" рассказывает Федоров и что требует.
    2. Normal
      Normal 27 November 2013 09: 48
      +3
      Quote: baltika-18
      . I would like to listen to opponents, that is, supporters of deputy Fedorov.

      Greetings, Nikolai.
      I do not agree with you. I would not want to laughing , since nothing other than what Fedorov himself says his supporters will not tell us.
      But you have to listen. am
    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 27 November 2013 09: 54
      -5
      Quote: baltika-18
      Article plus

      Correctly Kolyan, plus Yarosvet, he inserts such clear pictures laughing
      Quote: baltika-18
      I would like to hear my opponents,

      Yes, it doesn’t work out because Fedorov and Yarosvet are two boots of a pair, only one deputy, and the second is a simple Saitov troll. And at the same time, both get paid, so find the difference.
      Fedorov, lives so that anyone else would envy and his position, a well-fed hungry one will not understand.
      Yarosvet, a hungry critic who can criticize everything and everything, but at the same time offers nothing in return.
      The question is, what is the difference between Fedorov and Yarosvet ??? -One in the State Duma, and the second sitting at home at the computer wants to get into the State Duma. He just does not admit it.
    4. dmb
      dmb 27 November 2013 10: 43
      +1
      As for the logic, it’s you probably mahanuli. The comment "keeper" provides an example of its absence. name at least one example of an international treaty of the Russian Federation declared unconstitutional. So far, Russia regularly pays the relatives of the Chechen bandits, recognized by the Hague court as "victims". Of course, this does not mean that Mr. Fedorov is fighting for some kind of sovereignty. Neither his entire previous "combat path", nor his present, speaks about it. He is akin to the parliamentarian who proposed abolishing dollars. Both are well aware that things will not go further than their nonsense, but popularity is rife. By the way, the norm itself, in my opinion, is correct. Another question is that the gentlemen who prepare and sign international treaties should be held accountable for non-observance of Russian interests. They seem to be primarily pursuing their own personal interests, not the interests of the country.
  10. Coward
    Coward 27 November 2013 09: 01
    +5
    The fact is that there are storytellers in the Russian Federation: State Duma deputy E. Fedorov and the like,
    A very interesting run on Fedorov. Why weren't the names of the others announced? The technique is as old as the world, "to smear a person with mud" and then let him prove that it is not a camel. Looks like a good road for our grant pegs crossed, since such tricks began to be used.
    1. nov_tech.vrn
      nov_tech.vrn 27 November 2013 10: 34
      +1
      On December 12, 1993, I didn’t go to vote, I went to the market, but in vain, the police dispersed the market so that I wouldn’t see the merchants, I wouldn’t lie, I wouldn’t lie, but they didn’t let me trade outside the market either. Well, those who went to vote spit on it, they immediately gave us a bottle of vodka in a minibus, and there were enough of those who wanted to.
  11. Coward
    Coward 27 November 2013 09: 04
    +4
    December 7 at 13-00. Novopushkinsky Square, Pushkinskaya metro station!

    NOD calls on all patriotic forces to a rally - a concert in Moscow "For a new constitution of sovereign Russia"

    FOR RESTORING THE SOVEREIGNTY OF RUSSIA, dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the 1993 occupation constitution!
    http://vk.com/public41821502
    Is this the reason for the article?
  12. keeper
    keeper 27 November 2013 09: 31
    +1
    The author contradicts himself:

    << Acts or their individual provisions, recognized as unconstitutional, become invalid; international treaties of the Russian Federation that do not comply with the Constitution of the Russian Federation are not subject to entry into force and application. >>
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    ,

    so the fact of the matter is that according to:

    << The generally recognized principles and norms of international law and international treaties of the Russian Federation are an integral part of its legal system. If an international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes rules other than those provided by law, then the rules of the international treaty apply. >>
    ,

    these very international norms are constitutionally permissible.
    1. Yarosvet
      27 November 2013 14: 37
      +1
      Quote: keeper
      these very international norms are constitutionally permissible.

      I do not contradict myself, if only because the quotations you quoted are quotations from 2 articles of the Constitution.

      With regard to international treaties and international law, I repeat again:

      International law is the sphere governing relations BETWEEN STATES, and not within states.

      Obligations to comply with sovereign legislation with international standards, the state assumes voluntarily.

      In the case of the Russian Federation, any norm governing relations within the Russian Federation, but not in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, is null and void.
  13. Stiletto
    Stiletto 27 November 2013 09: 36
    +5
    Well, at least kill me, I haven’t taught and am not going to learn the Russian anthem. I was born and raised to the sounds of the Soviet Anthem, I love and know his words. The blood in their veins boils and freezes at the same time. And I will not learn a remix of this work. I have a similar attitude to the Russian constitution.
  14. Stalin
    Stalin 27 November 2013 09: 41
    +6
    Yarosvet is a foreign agent writing articles for the next State Department grant. The agent can be seen right away, they instantly, without even delving into the essence of the matter, begin to unjustly pour mud on those who somehow try to open their eyes to the Russians. Moreover, the agent never offers anything in return. That is, the foreign agent Yarosvet cast a shadow on the fence on Fedorov, and in contrast, did not bring ANYTHING. Or maybe this agent can explain why Putin has such a vibrant foreign policy and such a toothless domestic, if the article in the Constitution about international law does not mean anything. Don’t lie, and don’t try to powder your brains here, the Russians are the smartest nation, and you are smelling a mile away for the sales agents rubbing here on a patriotic resource for another State Department grant. But Fedorov well done! finally there is a man who reveals the truth!
    1. baltika-18
      baltika-18 27 November 2013 10: 48
      -2
      Quote: Stalin
      Yarosvet - a foreign agent writing articles for the next State Department grant

      Reception is not new. If the point of view is different, then the "agent of the State Department."
      Quote: Stalin
      Or maybe this agent can explain why Putin has such a vibrant foreign policy and such a toothless domestic

      It's simple. The corporation "Putin and K", the interests of the corporation must be protected, otherwise the money may disappear (Cyprus for example). In the corporation, the main thing is not people, the main thing is profit, money at any cost, therefore, inside the country, people are considered as a "renewable resource", not more.
      Persecution of corruption, theft only goes to those who, for whatever reason, have gone beyond generally accepted standards. At this stage, civilizations of the corporation dominate the state, they merge. The most vivid example of the United States. We are going exactly the same way, now we repeat all that that the States went through at the end of the 19th, beginning of the 20th centuries, only the process is going faster. Is it good or bad? It all depends on where you are in this corporation. If you are among 5-10% of owners and managers, then surely well. If not, then probably not.
    2. Yarosvet
      27 November 2013 15: 06
      0
      Quote: Stalin
      Russians are the smartest nation
      I still hope so ...

      Quote: Stalin
      Yarosvet - a foreign agent writing articles for the next State Department grant
      Please provide details.

      Moreover, the agent never offers anything in return
      I somehow didn’t notice that you offered something. Are you a foreign agent?

      Or maybe this agent can explain why Putin has such a vibrant foreign policy and such a toothless domestic
      I don’t know who you are talking about, but I can explain Putin’s policies:
      1 Domestic policy is not toothless, just its purpose does not meet the aspirations of citizens of the Russian Federation.
      2 Putin’s policy is built on the logic of the organized crime groups of the 90s: the objectives of the organized crime group are to control the territory, protect controlled territories from collisions of competing organized crime groups and, if possible, bite off pieces from the spheres of influence of competitors.
      The well-being of suckers living and working in territories controlled by organized crime groups is not the goal of organized crime groups.

      if an article in the Constitution about international law means nothing
      Well, what does it mean? It even means - only in the sphere of relations between states, and not relations within the state.

      But Fedorov well done! finally there is a man who reveals the truth!
      He also votes for the WTO, for the transit of US military cargo through the territory of the Russian Federation, for strategic offensive arms, for the disposal of plutonium, etc.
      So well done ...
    3. alone
      alone 27 November 2013 19: 24
      +3
      Quote: Stalin
      Yarosvet is a foreign agent writing articles for another State Department grant. The agent can be seen right away, they instantly, without even delving into the essence of the matter, begin to unjustly pour mud on those who somehow try to open their eyes to the Russians.


      Excuse me, did Yaroslav ruin the chapel too?

      The meeting of the Supreme Council of Georgia.
      The deputy shouts from the place towards Shevardnadze:
      - Shevardnadze, you are an agent of the KGB !!
      Shevardnadze, raised his eyes, looked at the deputy’s face for a long time and said:
      - Ned! I am the chairman of the KGB of Georgia, but VI is really an agent of the KGB
  15. Normal
    Normal 27 November 2013 10: 00
    -1
    Article plus. I have no doubt that the minuses of the article, like the previous ones from this series, will gain more than the pluses.
    True, it hurts many eyes, the medicine is painfully bitter in taste, and we, as children, love small fairy tales painfully and do not like bitter medicines.
  16. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 27 November 2013 10: 01
    +3
    Quote: "... more than 40 environmental organizations have addressed an open letter to President Vladimir Putin. Environmentalists are asking to release Greenpeace activists, ... Arctic Sunrise"
    Russian investigative authorities institute criminal proceedings against activists Greenpeace in accordance with Russian law. Despite the UN demand that the activists be released, it was decided that in this case, domestic Russian laws work. So, good bye, gentlemen.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 27 November 2013 10: 45
      +3
      Quote: Ivanovich47
      Despite the UN demand that the activists be released, it was decided that in this case, domestic laws are working. So, good bye, gentlemen.

      Not everything is so simple. Greenpeople are already being released, and they are openly celebrating victory. They seem to let me go according to our laws, but somehow too quickly, right after the demands of the UN Maritime Tribunal. For me, such coincidences are too suspicious. Could for the sake of principle hold for another month after such ultimatums.
  17. Begemot
    Begemot 27 November 2013 10: 18
    +6
    For an attempt to analyze the legislation to the author, you do not often meet people who read the laws, but if you look at how many of these laws, you will understand that it is unrealistic to read them all, as well as, in fact, to comply. As for Fedorov, I do not know his motivation, but he is almost the only one who actively criticizes our legislation openly, directly pointing out its absurd and sometimes harmful nature. And whatever moves him, I will support him if the opportunity arises. The rest of them vote stupidly in the style of "OK!" obviously not even reading the laws that are being adopted. I, at least, in 4 areas of economic activity have to follow the legislation, plus tax. I will tell you that only 2 evaluations come to mind: 1. Nonsense! 2. Complete nonsense! Russia is still somehow holding on, only because the stupidity and cannibalism of Russian laws are compensated by the non-binding nature of their implementation. Smart people in the Parliaments of advanced countries have long been busy not with stamping out new laws, but abolishing clearly stupid ones and replacing them with sensible ones at the rate of 1 new law for 2-3 canceled old ones.
  18. Stalin
    Stalin 27 November 2013 11: 29
    -3
    What do you think that Yarosvet works for free? Just like Fedorov does not work for "thank you" Fedorov is Putin's talking head. It's just that Putin, for a number of reasons, cannot voice what Fedorov can. So Putin did this project so that the Russians finally understand what the problem is. Also, Yarosvet sits and tries to write articles not for beautiful words, but for very clear and understandable grants from the State Department.
    1. Normal
      Normal 27 November 2013 16: 18
      +4
      Quote: Stalin
      Fedorov is Putin’s talking head.

      What "part of Fedorov's body" is a visitor with the nickname (had the impudence) "Stalin"? Certainly not with the head. laughing Rather, the opposite part.
  19. Onyx
    Onyx 27 November 2013 12: 23
    -1
    Apparently I'll have to write a new tale. The tale of how a foreign agent (I simply do not see any other motive) Yarosvet "exposed" the deputy Fedorov. The article is a huge minus
  20. Rink
    Rink 27 November 2013 12: 32
    0
    Statuechka, "smelly." Gives away rot and mold.

    Damn, how tired these "enlightened humanists of the human rights persuasion", for whom it is a pleasure to smear everything around with their own devil ...

    Once, in distant times, one Scythian ruler shot and killed a sibling with his own hand, who was completely influenced by a foreign culture and foreign policy. How right he was !!!
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 27 November 2013 12: 51
      +1
      Peter I didn’t suffer from this fun, you should always take the best from foreigners, and to shoot everyone who fell under the influence of a foreign culture, you can become an executioner as well.
  21. Same lech
    Same lech 27 November 2013 12: 41
    +4
    Dear Author Yarosvet, I would like to listen to the tale of the supremacy of the LAW OF RUSSIA over the FORMER DEFENSE MINISTER Serdyukov.
    1. Yarosvet
      27 November 2013 15: 17
      +2
      Quote: The same Lech
      Dear Author Yarosvet, I would like to listen to the tale of the supremacy of the LAW OF RUSSIA over the FORMER DEFENSE MINISTER Serdyukov.

      This is a fairy tale about the rule of law. Gather my thoughts - I’ll tell you.
  22. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 27 November 2013 13: 02
    -1
    RAVE!
    The author has a personal dislike of E. Fedorov (probably envies).
    But in fact, the whole constitution is occupational, in which I am completely in solidarity with E. Fedorov.
    1. krasavchik
      krasavchik 27 November 2013 15: 18
      -1
      Quote: Peaceful military
      probably envious

      what is envious of?
      1. Peaceful military
        Peaceful military 27 November 2013 15: 39
        0
        Quote: krasavchik
        Quote: Peaceful military
        probably envious

        what is envious of?

        And only he himself knows, besides, I did not state a fact, but put forward only an assumption. After all, there must be a reason for hostility. hi
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        2. Normal
          Normal 27 November 2013 16: 06
          +2
          Quote: Peaceful military
          The author has a personal dislike of E. Fedorov (probably envies).

          Quote: Peaceful military
          After all, there must be a reason for hostility.

          Not only Yarosvet has a "personal dislike" for Fedorov
          1. Peaceful military
            Peaceful military 27 November 2013 16: 38
            -1
            Bullshit. Boldyrev is lying, because he is talking about nothing, neither E. Fedorov nor anyone else has spoken to him, and this nonsense is not even read between the lines, no matter how you look. hi
            1. Normal
              Normal 27 November 2013 22: 25
              0
              Quote: Peaceful military
              RAVE!

              Quote: Peaceful military
              Bullshit

              Quote: Peaceful military
              this nonsense ....


              What a variety of arguments! What a fantasy and flight of thought! What a virtuoso controversy!

              Quote: Peaceful military
              Boldyrev is lying


              Oh well ... Well, okay, the wedge light on Boldyrev did not converge. Please, the opinion of a politician in another direction:
              1. Peaceful military
                Peaceful military 27 November 2013 22: 36
                +1
                Quote: Normal
                Quote: Peaceful military
                RAVE!

                Quote: Peaceful military
                Bullshit

                Quote: Peaceful military
                this nonsense ....


                What a variety of arguments! What a fantasy and flight of thought! What a virtuoso controversy!

                Quote: Peaceful military
                Boldyrev is lying

                You pulled all my phrases out of context. fool This is legally formulated as a fraud ... fool
                As for the opinion of S. Kurginyan, whom I respect, it is the opinion. As well as the opinions of many others, such as N. Starikov, or A. Prokhanov, etc. hi
                1. Normal
                  Normal 27 November 2013 23: 14
                  -1
                  Quote: Peaceful military
                  You pulled all my phrases out of context.

                  What context? !! All your "context" fits into one word
                  RAVE!

                  Everything else definitions
                  Quote: Peaceful military
                  mare

                  Quote: Peaceful military
                  this nonsense

                  Further unsubstantiated vocabulary and "plums in the bazaar":
                  Boldyrev is lying, because he says nothing, neither E. Fedorov, nor his ilk, nor talked ....

                  Well, of course! This is the only thing Fedorov says everywhere and everywhere. Everyone has already eaten the liver with his "occupation" and suddenly, hello to you ... - "did not say" fool
                  Quote: Peaceful military
                  As for the opinion of S. Kurginyan, whom I respect, it is the opinion.

                  The stump is clear! What Fedorov broadcasts with absolutely no evidence is "truth", and the exposure of his lies is just "opinion"
                  Old men and Prokhanov are also very appropriate here. Also, handsome men, do not get tired, on the one hand, resent the "occupation", and on the other hand, they are always loyal to the head of the occupation administration (there is no other in Russia?)
  23. avg
    avg 27 November 2013 15: 07
    +4
    After the destruction of social. system, in the world instead of international law, the "international left" dominates with might and main yes
  24. krasavchik
    krasavchik 27 November 2013 16: 25
    +1
    Delyagin speaks correctly
    1. Peaceful military
      Peaceful military 27 November 2013 17: 04
      0
      It’s funny, but E. Fedorov says exactly the same thing, just not knowing the party.
      1. krasavchik
        krasavchik 27 November 2013 17: 07
        -1
        he will harass himself and Sunshine Pahan, who controls all this?
        1. Peaceful military
          Peaceful military 27 November 2013 17: 38
          0
          Quote: krasavchik
          he will harass himself and Sunshine Pahan, who controls all this?

          Nevertheless, I don’t see everything so clearly.
          1. krasavchik
            krasavchik 27 November 2013 18: 36
            -2
            but for me everything is clear as God's day ^^
  25. cenych
    cenych 28 November 2013 01: 59
    0
    The debunking of the myth failed (there is no myth), this article would have been a serious mine if it had not been neutralized.

    "The generally recognized principles and norms of international law and international treaties of the Russian Federation are an integral part of its legal system. If an international treaty of the Russian Federation establishes rules other than those prescribed by law, then the rules of the international treaty apply."

    This paragraph seriously depreciates all our legislation, since it allows you to circumvent any norm of our laws by concluding an appropriate international treaty with any state.

    Currently, this gap is partially covered with the help of a “crutch”. Article 22 of Law No. 101-FZ of July 15.07.1995, XNUMX “On International Treaties” states:
    "If an international treaty contains rules requiring changes to certain provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, a decision on consent to its binding on the Russian Federation is possible in the form of a federal law only after appropriate amendments are made to the Constitution of the Russian Federation or revision of its provisions in the prescribed manner."

    It is worth noting that in this case we observe the so-called conflict of norms. On the one hand, when adopting an international treaty, its priority over Russian laws follows. On the other hand, and this was reflected in part 6 of article 125 of the Constitution, in case of contradiction of the international agreement of the Constitution, the norms of the international agreement do not apply.

    The Constitutional Court expressed its position on this issue in the sense that, in case of contradiction of Russian laws and international agreements, international agreements are applied only in terms of those legal relations that govern. In general, Russian laws are applicable.

    In addition, as indicated above, there is a certain procedure for ratification of international agreements - their ratification requires the adoption of the lower house of the Russian parliament, approval by the Federation Council and signing by the President of the country. Thus, there is a multi-stage protection system that provides for the consent of the legislative (which is logical) branch of power and approval by the Guarantor of the Constitution, which confirms with its signature the non-contradiction of the international treaty to Russian laws.

    Thus, the problem of this article is, rather, in an ideological vein: that the Constitution emphasizes the subordinate position of our country, the basic law of which is below international treaties.
  26. cenych
    cenych 28 November 2013 02: 04
    0
    At the same time, the author himself throws a myth and a deliberate lie:

    They would have found out that the Russian Federation is not obliged to comply with any norms if it has not signed and ratified them, a striking example of such universally recognized norms as the 20th article of the UN Convention against Corruption (which speaks of illegal enrichment if the official is not able to explain the origin of his income)

    This is not so, Russia has ratified the entire Convention by law 40-FZ of March 08, 2006. No exceptions have been made to article 20 of the Convention in this law.