Features of the Segmental Formation of Ukrainian Politics Under Martial Law(Pages 286-294)
Yuliia Mekh1,*, Slavytska Antonina2, Bilak Natalia3, Maslova Yana4 and Georgiievskyi Iurii5
1Department of Administrative Law and Administrative Activities Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, 61024, 77 Pushkinska Str., Kharkiv, Ukraine.
2People apos’s Deputy of Ukraine Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, 01008, 5 Hrushevskoho Str., Kyiv, Ukraine.
3Co-founder of Ukraine Charitable Movement Charitable Foundation Advisor to the Chairman of the Odesa District Council, 65032, 4 Shevchenko Ave., Odesa, Ukraine.
4National University “Odesa Law Academy” 65009, 23 Fontanska Str., Odesa, Ukraine.
5Scientific Department (Legal Support of Sectoral Innovative Development) Research Institute Innovative Development Legal Support, National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine 61024, 70 Pushkinska Str., Kharkiv, Ukraine.
The purpose of the study is to determine the format of the state policy of Ukraine in certain segments, considering the challenges of the legal regime of martial law by solving such research tasks as: defining measures of the legal regime of martial law and their praxeological significance for the formation of State Policy; Research Directions for reforming anti- corruption policy and their regulatory and institutional support; research on the state of policy transformation to ensure the rights of persons in places of deprivation of Liberty. The subject of the research is the priority vectors for certain segments of state policy, which are mediated by the action of the legal regime of martial law in Ukraine. The quality of implementation and provision of the declared ideas of national security will be reflected in all spheres of public relations, so it is important not to form, but to implement a policy in the field of national security. It is primarily important to formally reflect it in the approved anti-corruption strategy for the relevant period without reservations about the introduction of martial law in the state for the formation of an anti-corruption policy. As for the tightening of anti-corruption measures, in fact, the introduction of martial law has led to the imposition of tougher sanctions. It is established that in the conditions of the legal regime of martial law, among the rights of persons in places of deprivation of Liberty, a prominent place is given to ensuring the right to evacuation. The article analyzes the institutional mechanism and legal basis for the evacuation of persons in places of deprivation of Liberty.
State policy, Martial law, National security, Anti-corruption policy, Human rights and freedoms.
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Yuliia Mekh, Slavytska Antonina, Bilak Natalia, Maslova Yana and Georgiievskyi Iurii. Features of the Segmental Formation of Ukrainian Politics Under Martial Law. [ref]: vol.21.2023. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol21-a27/
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