Features Of Constitutional And Legal Responsibility Of Ngos And Political Parties In Ukraine


  • V.I. Rozvadovskyi


constitutional and legal responsibility, legal responsibility, social organizations, political parties, institution of constitutional torts.


Article is assigned to study of theoretical aspects and features on constitutional and legal responsibility of NGOs and political parties in our country. The paper substantiates the existence of constitutional and legal responsibilities as an independent kind of legal liability. The conclusion is that the institution of responsibility - a complex, interdisciplinary institute at which proposed to understand the nature of related by their functional security law located in different areas of law designed for the facts of illegal behavior, including NGOs and political parties and consequently bringing them to justice. Pay attention to the fact that in modern conditions Ukrainian state is no single legal act, which would be specifically identified Constitutional tort and specific sanctions provided for their commission sub «yektamy constitutional relations. A Ministry of Justice of Ukraine to develop measures for monitoring the activities of NGOs and political parties. The article focuses on this specific method of constitutional and legal effect as a refusal. The value of this event is primarily in the implementation of state and legal control over the activities of political parties and public organizations, as intended to prevent a possible violation of constitutional law at the stage of acquiring a political party or public organization legal status. However, not always in practice, the refusal to register differs applicable to associations (organizations) whose respective legal status is not legally recognized by the State as a refusal can take place not only at the stage of creating an association of citizens, and and in the implementation of activities are legalized union of citizens, including the refusal to register the changes that occurred in the articles of association; refusal to take note of the change of the governing body and so on.