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Results of Analyzing a Number of Administrative Regulation Provisions on Road Travelers' Compliance with Legal Requirements
Abstract.The subject of the research is the legal standards fixed in The Order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia No. 664 'Confirmation of the Administrative Regulation on The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Executing Federal Control Over Road Travelers' Compliance with the Russian Federation Road Safety Requirements' dated September 23, 2017. The object of the research is the social relations arising between road travelers and police officers who perform control over compliance with road safety rules. The author of the article examines provisions of the Administrative Regulation and compares it to the Federal Law 'Concerning Police Activity', Administrative Offenses Code of the Russian Federation and other regulations and legal acts. The authors focus on administrative procedures and their analysis. The methodological basis of the research includes the dialectical method, fundamental research provisions, and philosophical concepts that provide a general method of studying the reality. In the course of their research the authors have also applied methods of historical, comparative law, sociological and statistical analysis. The main conclusions of the research are made up as statements made by the author and aimed at eliminating certain provisions of the Administrative Regulation that contradict to a number of other regulatory acts. These changes offered by the authors will allow police officers to be more efficient in performing their duties when carrying out a state control over road travelers' compliance with road safety requirements and at the same time guarantee rights, freedoms and legally protected interests of citizens and enterprises.
Keywords: suspension from management, police officer, vehicle inspection, measures to ensure, videotape, procedures, administrative regulations, administrative act, executive, administrative proceedings
Article was received:30-01-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .