Constitutional law of foreign countries - the bullpen, option 2

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Question 1.
Since the French Declaration of the Rights of Man in 1789, most of the constitutions of the world began to contain provisions relating to the legal position of both of these entities. Only the constitution of totalitarian countries only talk about the rights of the citizen, pushing them to the forefront and considering them to bestow state. What is meant by "human rights" and "rights of a citizen?" Make a comparative analysis of the constitutions of several countries on what human and civil rights enshrined in them. What are the duties of man and citizen responsibilities distinguish the constitutions of many countries?

Question 2.
In most countries, the granting of citizenship is possible only under certain fairly stringent conditions: to do this a few years of living in the country whose nationality the person wishes to receive (in Hungary - 3 years, Algeria - 7 years, etc.), know the language this country (rather difficult exam provided by the legislation of Estonia and Latvia, adopted in the 90s, in Latvia as well, in addition to a perfect knowledge of the Latvian language, one must know the history of the country since the beginning of the XX century, and have ancestors who lived in Latvia since this same time), to be mentally healthy and not have certain diseases (such as AIDS), etc. In some Arab countries (Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia, etc.) In citizenship can only be taken by the Muslims, people of other religions also, including spouses, for granting citizenship must change their religion. As such requirements relate to the theory of human and civil rights? Compare the requirements for admission to citizenship in foreign countries with the requirements established by Russian law. Explain your example, give examples.

Question 3.
In modern capitalist countries, state regulation of the economy. Purely market, unregulated economy does not exist in any other country, although the extent and nature of government regulation is not the same (for example, in Japan, more in the US less). How in the constitutions of foreign countries are recognized norms of the principles and methods of economic planning? Give examples. It does not break the principle of inviolability of private property? Why, in some countries a number of objects can only be in state ownership (such as the 1978 Spanish Constitution - the continental shelf, marine areas, etc.), while in other countries no such restrictions (for example, in the United States are privately owned, some atomic, raketostroitelnye enterprise, etc.)? As this situation is reflected in the Constitution? Compare these provisions established by the Constitution of foreign countries with the relevant provisions laid down in the Constitution of the Russian Federation.

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