Eurasian Union: LAND RIGHTS

Every year, on the eve of the Constitution Day, the International Centre pravovosstanovleniya and the Baltic Institute of Humanities provodtt round table on one of the most urgent at the moment issues related to the integration processes in the Eurasian space.

Do roundtable topic coincidental - "Eurasian Union: the right area." The event became a tradition for the first time as one of the organizers made the Humanities Faculty of the St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation. The round table was held in the hall of the University Council.

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As part of the scientific program of the event was discussed three basic dokladov.Deputat the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg Andrei Chernykh spoke on "Eurasian Integration as a legal response to an unlawful challenge to Russia's geopolitical opponents":

- Eurasian integration associations - the requirement of time, so how to be competitive in the conditions of growing competition in the world in all directions is possible only by joining efforts. These geopolitical conditions, the launch of the Eurasian Economic Union only formalizes the need to create a balance of power and form a system of checks and balances in the multipolar globalized world, - said Andrey Nikolavevich.

In his report "Eurasian Integration: from the sovereign unity - a single sovereignty" Andrey Kuzmin, Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of the Baltic Institute of Humanities, President of the International Recovery Center (St. Petersburg), chief editor of scientific journal "Theory pravovosstanovleniya and practice "and to provide relevant typology of state sovereignty, defined the parameters of the scope of sovereignty of intergovernmental organizations, stressing that the existing Eurasian integration associations involve mainly economic basis of the association. And to ensure the real sovereign interests of the States Parties of Eurasian integration to move towards political union based.

Participants heard a report on "Legal problems of integration of transport systems EAEC", Associate Professor of Transport Law SPbGUGA Oleg E. Ger. According to him, "In the framework of Eurasian attempt a combination of two orders: the Eurasian and the WTO procedure.

Thus, the integration of economic instruments needs to be improved, and, perhaps, and a complete revision. But this does not mean that we should throw away the useful experience of the CIS, EurAsEC and the Customs Union. It is necessary to carefully study the long-standing practice of Eurasian integration, not to repeat the same mistakes. " In conclusion, he expressed confidence that in the near future, one of the key actions for the integration of transport systems EAEC will work on the harmonization and improvement of the legislative and regulatory and legal framework of the Member States EAEC in the field of transport.

The work of the round table was accompanied by a sharp scientific discussions, which were attended by representatives of the leading scientific schools of St. Petersburg, as well as representatives of the domestic business community. Active participation in the round table were representatives of the faculty of the Baltic Institute of Humanities: Dean of the Faculty of Law, Doctor of Law, Professor M.H.Geldibaev, Head of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Candidate of Law, Associate Professor A.V.Kuzmin , Head of the Department of humanitarian and socio-economic disciplines, Ph.D., associate professor S.B.Kokuev, professor of theory and history of state and law, doctor of law, Associate professor S.M.Oganesyan, lecturer in constitutional and international law, RI .Korkin.

Equally important to the educational process, and had participated in the event students of the Baltic Institute of Humanities - Alyona Solovyova, Edward Alexeev, Xenia Shumkova, Lutfullo Karimov, Tsotne Samel, Sergei Nerlina, Inga Rodionova, Zeynal Mammadov. Here, students not only gained new scientific information, know the current problems of Eurasian integration processes, but also attempted to construct a legal, economic and political mechanisms to overcome them.

In conclusion, the roundtable participants expressed their intention to hold the next round table on the problems of Eurasian integration in December 2016.