THE FUNCTIONING OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF UKRAINE AS THE PART OF IMPROVING THE MECHANISMS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
The material of the article reveals the purpose of research in the field of sustainable functioning of the mechanism of state power through the lens of the activity of the body of constitutional justice. The main results of the research are the disclosure of the content of the activities of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine as a necessary condition for ensuring a constitutionally defined system of public authorities and improving the mechanisms of public administration. The article describes the main functional characteristics of the body of constitutional justice in Ukraine and their influence on the sustainability of the work of the state bodies in terms of division into branches of power. In the process of research the importance of constitutional justice for the construction of a legal, democratic state with authoritative institutions was highlighted, the content of the activity of the body of constitutional justice and the feasibility of widespread use of the possibilities of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine as a state body with special status were revealed. It is proposed to improve the functions and powers of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine in view of the comparative characteristics of the bodies of constitutional justice of individual European states. The scientific work substantiates the necessity of reviewing the legislatively defined powers of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine in terms of their extension and adaptation to modern challenges, investigates the significance of the decisions and conclusions of this body for improving the mechanisms of public administration, determined the role of the Court in the system of higher bodies of state power by the status of a state body. Based on the definition of strategic goals set by the Constitution of Ukraine on the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, the directions for improving the effectiveness of the application of decisions and conclusions of the Court, interaction with higher bodies of state power are justified, the directions of improvement of the mechanisms of public administration through the prism of the results of the Court's activity are proposed. Directions of improvement of the legislation with the purpose of increase of the efficiency of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine in the mechanism of realization of the state power are offered.
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