Release:2016, Vol. 2. №1
About the author:Stepan M. Kirichuk, Dr. Sci. (Sociol.), Professor at the Tyumen State Oil and Gas University, Chairman of the State Certification Commission in State and Municipal Management program, the Major in Parliamentary Activity and Ensuring Parliamentary Cooperation, Institute of Public Administration and Management, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) (Moscow); SMKirichuk@senat.gov.ru
Abstract:The article analyzes the role of lawmakers and opportunities in the development of the state using the example of the supranational parliament of the Union State of Belarus and Russia. The author considers the representative agencies of state power as an institution for coordinating the public interest in the discussion and decision-making, defining rules and standards of citizens and their associations activity. The article illustrates the main stages of the formation of the Union State of Belarus and Russia, the work of the Union Parliamentary Assembly, and the complexity of Russian-Belarusian interstate establishment.