РЕГИСТРАЦИЯ ПО МЕСТУ ЖИТЕЛЬСТВА КАК УСЛОВИЕ РЕАЛИЗАЦИИ ПРАВ И СВОБОД ЧЕЛОВЕКА: МЕЖДУНАРОДНО-ПРАВОВОЙ АСПЕКТ/ Registration of residence as a condition for implementing human rights/ a perspective from international law.

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Publication Details

List of Authors: Mariya Riekkinen
Publisher: NB Publish
Place: Moscow
Publication year: 2014
Journal: Law and Politics/ ПРАВО И ПОЛИТИКА
Issue number: 12
Start page: 1910
End page: 1916


Abstract

International law guarantees each of us a vast amount of political, social and economic, and cultural rights. However, most of our
rights can only be exercised under the conditions of possessing official documents and registration. Registration at the place of residence is
one of the necessary conditions in the fundamental human rights. This article presents a view of the legal problems related to the registration at
the place of residence in both, the post-Soviet states and the European countries. In the former Soviet Union the issues of the registration at the
place of residence are linked to the remnants of the system of residence permit within the legal systems of separate nations and the imperfection
of the modern systems of registration of residents. Within the European context these problems are mostly connected with the resolution of the
issue of irregular migrants. The author systematizes recommendations of international authorities on human rights regarding the optimization
of the registration system at the place of residence. This research implements examples of legislative solutions found by Scandinavian countries.

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