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Title: Main Models of Realisation of the Right of Association in the Azerbaijan Republic
Authors: Ganberov, Dashqin
Baku State University, Azerbaijan
Keywords: Socrates 2022, 1 (22);freedom of association;human rights;non-governmental organisations;political parties;Republic of Azerbaijan;trade unions
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Rīga Stradiņš University
Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte
Citation: Ganberov, D. (2022). Main Models of Realisation of the Right of Association in the Azerbaijan Republic. Electronic Scientific Journal of Law Socrates, 3 (21). 89–99.
Series/Report no.: Socrates 2022, 1 (22)
Abstract: Establishment and development of civil society is possible under conditions ensured by a legal state. It indicates that legal state and civil society can also be viewed as the embodiment of human rights and freedoms and specifically the right to associate. This is explained by movement of various factors. Features of the historical and cultural development, democratic, political and legal traditions, specificity of the political and legal system, differences in the perception of law as the universal social regulator of public relations. Establishment and ultimately completion of establishment of the legal state is associated with maximum guarantee for human rights and freedoms, responsibility of the government before the citizens and the state, raising the credibility of law and strict observance to it by all state bodies, public organisations, communities and citizens as well as the effective functioning of the law-enforcement bodies. While analysing the current state and perspectives of the right to association in the Republic of Azerbaijan, it is necessary to evaluate the state of the civil society again.
ISSN: 2256-0548
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