Зарплата судьи в несколько раз превышает среднемесячный доход обычного гражданина. с учетом выплаты половины ЕПС (аналог пенсии) была чуть более 90 т.р. Инструкция: как уволиться без отработки двух недель? Высшая квалификационная коллегия судей Российской Федерации А судьи кто: Путин напомнил слугам Фемиды об их особой миссии, 16 февраля. Порядок назначения ЕПС судьям на момент его назначения К.В.П. (03 марта 1999 г.) был предусмотрен «Инструкцией о порядке назначения и выплаты ежемесячного пожизненного.. Высшая квалификационная коллегия судей Российской Федерации. А судьи кто: Путин напомнил слугам Фемиды об их особой миссии, 16 февраля . Зарплата судьи в несколько раз превышает среднемесячный доход обычного гражданина. с учетом выплаты половины ЕПС (аналог пенсии) была чуть более 90 т.р. Инструкция : как уволиться без отработки двух недель? Соответствии с п. 2.1 Инструкцией о порядке назначения и выплаты ежемесячного. правовых основания назначения ежемесячного пожизненного содержания (далее – ЕПС) судьям.
Верховный Суд Российской Федерации. According to the Article 2. Constitution of the Russian Federation each person shall have the right to search, receive, transmit, produce and distribute information by any legal way.
No one may be forced to express his or her views and convictions or to reject them. Everyone shall be guaranteed to have freedom of ideas and speech, freedom of mass communication. Censorship is prohibited.
В соответствии с п. 2.1 Инструкцией о порядке назначения и выплаты ежемесячного. правовых основания назначения ежемесячного пожизненного содержания (далее – ЕПС) судьям.
Положения пункта 4.1.4 Инструкции полностью соответствуют пункту 1 статьи 19 Закона о статусе судей, по смыслу которой право на получение ЕПС в полном размере при уходе в.. 2.1 Инструкцией о порядке назначения и выплаты ежемесячного пожизненного ежемесячного пожизненного содержания (далее – ЕПС) судьям: В стаж работы в должности (в качестве) судьи засчитываются. . Совету судей представлен законопроект, согласно которому право на. О том, чтобы для получения ЕПС был необходим только судебный. А 107 приказ и инструкция по делопроизводству - вообще темный лес, .
According to paragraph 1 Article 1. Convention on protection of human rights and basic freedoms everyone has the right to freely express his or her opinion. This right includes freedom of keeping one’s opinion and freedom of receiving and distributing information and ideas without any kind of interference from the part of public authorities and regardless from any state borders. The freedom of expressing opinions and views, mass media freedom are the basis of developing a modern society and democratic state. At the same time realizing these rights and freedoms can face certain limitations foreseen by the law and required in a democratic society. The Constitution of the Russian Federation imposes a prohibition on propaganda and agitation that raise social, racial, national, and religious hate and enmity as well as on propaganda of social, racial, national, religious, and language superiority (Article 2.
The Law of the Russian Federation On mass media imposes a prohibition on abusing the freedom of mass media. While applying the legislation that regulates issues of freedom of speech and freedom of mass media, the courts shall keep the balance between rights and liberties guaranteed by the Article 2.
Constitution of the Russian Federation on one hand and other rights and freedoms of person and citizen as well as the values protected by the Constitution of the Russian Federation on the other. In order to provide correct and uniform application of the legislation concerning freedom of mass media information and solving the issues arising in the courts when applying the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media The Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation following the Article 1.
Constitution of the Russian Federation resolves to give the courts the following explanations: 1. The legal regulation of the relationships concerning freedom of speech and freedom of mass information is conducted by the federal laws including On mass media, On providing access to the information on state and local self- government bodies activities, On providing access to the information on the activities of the Courts of the Russian Federation, On guarantees of equality of parliament parties activities reports made by the State generally accessible TV and radio channels, On order of reporting of the State Bodies in the State Mass Media, On advertisements, On state of emergency, On martial law, On counteracting terrorism, On counteracting extremist activities, On main guarantees of electoral rights and the right of the citizens of the Russian Federation to participate in Referendum, On Referendum of the Russian Federation, On elections of the President of the Russian Federation, On elections of the State Duma of the Federal Council of the Russian Federation as well as other regulatory legal acts adopted according to the established order.
International acts that regulate matters of freedom of speech and mass information and are mandatory for the Russian Federation due to the part 4 Article 1. Constitution of the Russian Federation include International Covenant on civil and political rights, Convention on protection of human rights and main freedoms, Final Act of the Conference on security and cooperation in Europe, Convention of the Commonwealth of Independent States on rights and main liberties of a person. While viewing cases related to the mass media it is necessary to understand that using the freedom of opinion and the freedom of mass information implies special duties, special responsibility and goes together with limitations imposed by the law and necessary in a democratic society in order to respect the rights and reputation of other people, the protection of the State security and public order, prevention of unrests and crimes, protection of health and morality, prevention of confidential information disclosure, securing the authority and impartiality of justice (Article 2. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, paragraph 3 Article 1. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, paragraph 2 Article 1. Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Articles 2. Constitution of the Russian Federation).
Regulations of the part 3 Article 5. Constitution of the Russian Federation foresee that rights and freedoms of a person and citizen can be limited by the federal law only in the amount necessary to protect the basis of constitutional system, morality, health, rights and legal interests of other people, to maintain the defense of the country and security of the State. Based on that while previewing the issue of keeping limitations regarding people producing and distributing mass information as well as when deciding the matter of bringing such people to responsibility it is necessary to define whether these limitations were imposed by the federal law. When applying the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media the courts shall take into account the changes that took place after the law entered into force on February 8, 1. Particularly the acknowledgements and guarantees to a self- government in the Russian Federation that provide autonomous decisions of local importance and whose bodies are not included in the system of State power bodies (Article 1. Article 1. 30 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Article 1 of the Federal Law On general principles of organization of legislative (representative) and executive bodies of the State power of the Subjects of the Russian Federation, Article 1 of the Federal Law On general principles of organization of the local self- government in the Russian Federation). Thus the regulations of the paragraph of the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media which indicates the State bodies (for example, part 1 Article 3, part 1 Article 7, part 4 Article 1.
Article 1. 9, part 1 Article 2. Article 3. 5, paragraph 2 part 1 Article 4.
Article 5. 6, paragraphs 3 and 4 part 1 Article 5. Article 5. 8, paragraph 3 part 1 Article 6. State power bodies and other State bodies but also to the local self- government bodies. Applying the regulations of paragraph 2 part 1 Article 5. Law the courts shall particularly consider that these regulations cover literal reproduction of fragments of speeches of the members of elective State power bodies and local self- government. Based on the regulations of the Article 2 of the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media periodic information distribution is a distribution more than 1 time per year of the amount of messages and materials meant for an unlimited number of recipients.
Mass media is a periodic mass information distribution form including periodic printed publications, radio and TV programs. Considering this the mass media itself can’t have any rights and responsibilities and is not a part in the proceedings (Article 3. Civil Procedural Code of the Russian Federation).
Due to the paragraph 9 part 1 Article 2 and part 1 Article 8 of the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media in order to perform by the editorial the production and issuing of the mass media a State registration is needed. An exception would be the enumerated in the Article 1. Law cases of exemption of the mass media from the State registration.
If when solving the case on citizen rights and freedoms protection will be established that these rights and freedoms are violated when distributing messages and materials in a mass media which against the Law of the Russian Federation is not registered then the court has the right to make the defendant at his or her own expenses make a refutation and pay for the publication of the plaintiff’s response in another media. Periodical mass information distribution can be conducted through telecommunication networks (information and telecommunication networks) including via the Internet. When viewing cases on distribution of the mass information through such networks the court shall consider the following. According to the part 2 Article 2. Law of the Russian Federation On mass media the rules established by this Law for radio and TV programs are applied to the periodical mass information distribution via teletext and videotext systems, as well as other telecommunication networks if the legislation of the Russian Federation does not establish other regulations. The regulations of the Law of the Russian Federation On mass media can be applied to these relationships only considering the special features of distributing information through such networks (for example, the lack of mass media product, indicated in the paragraph 6 part 1 Article 2 of this Law, circulation or part of the circulation of a specific number of periodic print edition, specific radio or TV edition, circulation or part of the circulation of audio and video recorded program). It is needed to consider that messages and images that are part of the website content on the web any person can have access from any part and any time upon one’s choice under the condition of having corresponding devices and network connection.
Due to the Articles 8, 1. Law the issues of the State registration of the mass media depend on the distribution of the mass media product.
As when distributing mass information through Internet websites there is a lack of mass media product then according to the current legislation Internet websites shall not perform mandatory registration as mass media. That means it is impossible to bring to account for product production or distribution as the mass media is not registered.