A state based on a rule of law. How is this idea seen by the public and how does it translate into real political actions

On February 27, 2018, the third anniversary of assassination of Boris Nemtsov, prominent Russian politician, social activist and true citizen, Sakharov centre in Moscow hosted a scientific conference on matters of building a state governed by the rule of law in Russia. Leading Russian legal experts, historians, sociologists, liberal politicians and social activists reviewed a number of key aspects related to the future of the rule of law in Russia. Lev Gudkov, doctor of philosophy and head of Levada centre looked into how the idea of a law-based state is interpreted by public opinion and translates into real politics

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