| In English
Viche 2015 10

10, 2015

Comparative analysis of legal investigation procedure in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and the countries of the European Union

Comparative analysis of the constitutional system of justice in Ukraine and the countries of the EU, which was carried out in the legal literature for the first time, enables to determine similar and different features in the legal statuses of bodies for constitutional jurisdiction. The author considers the constitutional control as the most important function of the state, which is conditioned by the supremacy of the Constitution and the process of constitutionalization of the legal system in Ukraine, with in reference to the long-term application of the practice of the constitutional measuring of the legal regulation in the European countries. Successive logical and legal presentation of the material creates the integral picture of scientific and practical importance of the European experience in further development of the constitutional justice in Ukraine.
Keywords: system of justice, Constitutional Court, constitutional control, constitutional jurisdiction.

References 

1. Horsheniova M. S., Zakomorna K. O., Riiaka V. O. and others (2006), Konstytutsiine pravo zarubizhnykh krain: Navch. posibnyk [Constitutional law of foreign countries: Textbook], 2nd ed., in Riiaky V. O (ed.), Kyiv: Yurinkom Inter.

2. Konstytutsiia Ukrainy: Zakon Ukrainy No. 254k/96­VR vid 28 chervnia 1996 roku zi zminamy, vnesenymy zghidno iz zakonamy No. 2222­IV vid 8 hrudnia 2004 roku, No. 2952­VI vid 1 liutoho 2011 roku, No. 586­VII vid 19 veresnia 2013 roku, 742­VII vid 21 liutoho 2014 roku [The Constitution of Ukraine: Law of Ukraine No. 254k/96­VR, 28 June 1996, as amended by laws No. 2222­IV, 8 December 2004; No. 2952­VI, 1 February 2011; No. 586­VII, 19 September 2013; No. 742­VII, 21 February 2014], available at: <http://zakon4.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/254%D0%BA/96%D0%B2%D1%80>

3. Shevchuk L. V. (2008), Sudovi systemy Ukrainy ta Avstrii: porivnialna kharakterystyka [Judiciary systems of Ukraine and Austria: comparative analysis], Visnyk Yurydychnoho instytutu Prykarpatskoho natsionalnoho universytetu imeni V. Stefanyka, 5: 140143.

4. Yevsieiev O. P. Protsedury v konstytutsiinomu pravi Ukrainy [Procedures in the constitutional law of Ukraine], available at: <http://disser.com.ua/content/352122.html>

5. Hultai M. M. (2011), Protsedura pryimannia ta rozghliadu konstytutsiinoi skarhy Federalnym Konstytutsiinym Sudom Nimechchyny: do pytannia pro zapozychennia dosvidu [Procedure for accepting and consideration of constitutional complaint by the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany: as to the adoption of experience], Chasopys Kyivskoho universytetu prava, 22: 2641.

6. Maryniv I. I. (2013), Konstytutsiinyi kontrol u Respublitsi Polshcha: Monohrafiia [Constitutional control in Poland: Monograph], Kharkiv: Pravo.

7. Piliuk S. V. Znachennia ofitsiinoho tlumachennia Konstytutsii ta zakoniv u mekhanizmi pravovoho rehuliuvannia: Monohrafiia [Significance of official interpretation of the Constitution and laws in the mechanism of legal regulation: Monograph], available at: <http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/bitstream/123456789/5271/1/157­162.pdf>

8. Onishchuk M. V. (2013), Modernizatsiia konstytutsiinoi yustytsii: shliakhy udoskonalennia: Monohrafiia [Modernization of constitutional justice, ways for improvement: Monograph], Chasopys Kyivskoho universytetu prava, 2: 8488.

Oleh SELIVANOV