SUMMARIES OF ARTICLES № 8 (99) 2016 - 2
THE LAW OF THE FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Belousova A. A.
Court practice of the South
African Republic on protection of the right to health|
Article is devoted to protection of the right to
health by the Constitutional court of the Republic of South Africa and the analysis of concrete judgments
which are an example of positive practice of the state and confirm importance
of the right to health as one of fundamental human rights.
Keywords: right to health, human rights, health care.
Work bibliographic list
1. Bet al v Minister of Correctional Services. 17 April 1997, 1997 (4). SA 441
(C) (High Court, Cape of Good Hope Provincial Division).
2. Brinks D., Gauri V. The Law`s Majestic Equality?
The Distributive Impact of Litigating Social and Economic Rights. World Bank
Policy Research Working Paper # 5999. 2012.
3. Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. 18
December 1996. Constitutional Court of South Africa WebSite. [Jelektronnyj
resurs]. – Rezhim dostupa: http://www. constitutionalcourt.org.za/site/theconstitution/thetext.htm
(data obrashhenija – 1 sentjabrja 2016 g.).
4. Government of the Republic of South Africa et al
v Grootboom et al. 4 October 2001 (1). SA 46 (CC). R. 43.
THE LAW OF THE FOREIGN COUNTRIES|
Dzyubak A. V.
Labor laws in the Kingdom
of Saudi Arabia:some questions of formation and development
The article considers some questions of the history
of the development of labour legislation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the
origin of which had for the first half of the twentieth century Shows the ratio
of the norms of Sharia law in the sphere of labour and of contemporary norms
set out in various legislative acts.
Keywords: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Labour Law, the Basic law of the
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the right to work in Islam.
Work bibliographic list
1. Vasil'ev A. M. Istorija Saudovskoj Aravii (1745 g. -
konec XX v.). 2-e izd. M.: «Klassika pljus»,
Knizhnyjdom gazety «Trud», 1999. S. 358.
2. Muhammad Sadik Muhammad Jusuf. Prava cheloveka v
islame. SPb.: Izd-vo DILJa, 2008. S. 87.
3. Hussejn Hamid Hassan. Pravo na trud v islame.
Per.s angl. T. Zhemkovoj. Novosibirsk: JeKOR, 1996. S. 3.
4. Hassan Al-Sheikh, Judicial Organization in
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Tohama for Publishing, 1983). P. 29.
5. Drilling and Workover Safe Work Instructions
6. D&WO Minimum Medical Standards Requirements
7. Labour Inspection Convention C081, Geneva, 30th
ILC session, 11 July 1947Nizar Al- Kialy, The Mediator for Explainig Saudi
Arbitration Law, Dar Al- Saudi for Publishing, 1973. R. 23
8. Occupational health in Saudi Arabia, Seifeddin
Gaafar Ballal, Hafiz Omer Ahmed, Abdulaziz
9. Saud Al-Dareeb, Development of Saudi Law in
Labour and Social Security, King Abdul-Aziz foundation for Researches and
Archives, 1999. R. 2.
THEORY OF STATE AND LAW
Klemin A. V.
On some legally such terms
In the article briefly addressed the issue of the
status of such widely used words like federalism, evrofederalizm,
supranationality. Like many others, they are not included in laws and the
Conventions and have not received legal content. Shows how they differ from
these legal concepts and what negative consequences and entail legal lack.
Explains why even such a historical word as «federalism», which has 240-year
history was not legalized as a concept; Why internal and international
legislator has steadfastly shunned its definition. Definitional inconsistency
of these words is that they do not possess a sufficient level of synthesis,
peculiar to the true legal concepts. On Russian and foreign examples the
Department investigated, economic status, actually. Based on international law
demonstrates the actual insolvency regions as political actors. The author
asks, what is the political Sui generis – allowance that could be called
federalism. And shows that there is no reason to believe the cantons of political
actors. As «actors» they exist only in the private law status. The author
offers exactly this [status] criterion to determine what is the subject of the
Federation. And why federalism nor as a concept or as the actual content of the
relations has no right to exist and is not an independent social and political
formation, distinct from unitary. The same kriterial