Release:2016, Vol. 2. №4
About the authors:Olga A. Zagvyazinskaya, Advisor to the Rector of University of Tyumen, Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Law and Procedure, Institute of State and Law, University of Tyumen; Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Honorary Employee of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Public Chamber of Tyumen; firstname.lastname@example.org
The article examines general issues of the functional status of the public prosecutor as a subject of the administrative proceedings. The status is regulated by the standards of the Code of Administrative Procedure of the Russian Federation, which has come to force recently. To identify the role and place of the public prosecutor in the administrative justice system, the authors analyze the provisions of the existing substantive and procedural legislation, courts practice, and legal doctrine. The conducted scientific-analytical research allowed to determine the functional role of the prosecutor as a participant in the process (administrative plaintiff, the person giving the opinion on the case, administrative defendant), to establish the list and the content of the formal requirements in respect of the implementation of the order of judicial and administrative functions of the prosecutor. The result of the research is the positioning of the public prosecutor as a multifunctional administrative proceedings subject with a formal defined status. The novelty of the study is that it is one of the few works devoted to the legal status of the prosecutor involved in the administrative proceedings.