Development of Russian legislation on Northern Indigenous Peoples
This article analyzes the peculiarities of Russian legislation on Indigenous Peoples of the North and its application in practice over the past 20 years. The author identifies several phases of development of this legislation and its current status, and formulates proposals for improvement of the “indigenous” legislation and related enforcement practices.
Keywords: Russian law, indigenous peoples of the North, improving «indigenous» national legislation and law enforcement practices
Citation: Arctic Review on Law and Politics, vol. 4, 2/2013 pp. 140–155. ISSN 1891-6252
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