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35 Test Task 5 questions

Task 1.

Question 1. Constitutional law of foreign countries, it (select the right, in your opinion, the answers):
A. This is a section of international law;
B. It is a branch of the legal system of the state;
B. It is a science;
G. It is an academic discipline;
D. It is a branch of the Russian law.

Question 2. Constitutional law of foreign countries as a branch of the legal system is:
A. The system of internally coherent and interconnected international legal norms and rules contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Freedoms;
B. It is a set of universally recognized norms and rules of behavior of people in society and the state, based on mutual respect of rights and responsibilities;
B. The system internally consistent legal norms contained in the Constitution and other regulations with the constitutional significance to the management of a particular group of public relations (basic social system, the legal status of the person, etc.);
The aggregate of the laws of Parliament, presidential decrees and other regulations;
D. The system of ideas about constitutional law.

Question 3. The subject of the constitutional law of foreign countries is:
A. The collection of different theories and beliefs, doctrines and hypotheses on the constitutional and legal regulation;
B. The totality of social relations in the field of civil-law regulation;
B. The set of basic public relations developing in all spheres of society and the state;
G. The set of legal rules governing the protection of life and health of citizens;
D. The set of legal rules governing the emergence, change, termination of the citizenship of the country.

Task 35.
Question №1. Why is the constitutional right to call the leading sector in the legal system of the country:
A. because it formed before other sectors;
B. because it most standards;
B. because it regulates the most important relations in all spheres of public life;
G. because it contained rights institutions;
D. because it establishes a form of power.

Question №2. Identify the main difference in the legal status of refugees and internally displaced persons:
A refugee - a citizen of a foreign state, and compelled immigrant - a citizen of the country, forced to move to another territory;
B. refugee persecuted for political reasons, and forced migrant is forced to relocate for economic reasons;
V. refugee status is granted by the President, and forced migrant status - Migration Service;
G. between refugees and IDPs differences in legal status is not
D. no correct answer.

Question №3.Kakoe concept is revealed in the following definition of "form of government, involves pooling the state (public entities) into a single union state (union of states), the subjects of which are endowed with a certain constituent power and have limited sovereignty":
A. Confederation;
B. unitary state;
B. Federation;
G. autonomy;
D. no correct answer.

Question №4. For which states characterized by a mixed system of local government:
A. Germany, Japan;
B. United Kingdom, Austria;
B. United States, Russia;
The United Kingdom, New Zealand;
D. Russia, Ukraine

Question №5. The lack of local commissioners of the central government, carers, local authorities, the authorities of the Lada autonomy within the limits of their zakonodatelst¬vom rights deya¬telnostyu control of local authorities is carried out indirectly through the line ministries and the judiciary - such a system of local government characterized to:
A. Germany;
B. France;
In Great Britain;
G. Russia;
D. Netherlands.

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