STATUTE OF THE COMMUNITY OF INDIGENOUS MINORITIES OF KAMCHATKA AS THE LEGAL BASIS FOR EXERCISE OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS OF THE KAMCHATKA INDIGENOUS PEOPLE: PECULIARITIES AND SOME PROBLEMS OF CONTENT
Purpose: study of the content of the statute - a statutory document that is mandatory for the state registration of the community of indigenous minorities of Kamchatka as the necessary document providing for exercising the rights of the Kamchatka indigenous people in the frameworks of a special voluntary group of citizens - a community of indigenous minorities of the Russian Federation as stipulated by the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.
Methodology - historical legal and formal judicial methods. The work makes a conclusion that the developers of the statutes of the community of indigenous minorities of Kamchatka often limit themselves by consideration of normative prescriptions of the Law on general organization principles of the communities of indigenous minorities, do not disclose a rather significant part of the required content of the statutes and considerably limit the legal framework of the organization activities.
The article is of scientific value as it is one of the first attempts to review the content of the statute of the community of indigenous minorities of Kamchatka.
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