The article is dedicated to the standards of treatment of female convicts and the problems of their application in the Republic of Armenia. The author compared the main international acts and domestic legislation of the presented field and despite the fact that the domestic legislation corresponds to the national standards in the main standards, but still based on the analysis, the author came to the conclusion that female convicts due to their physiological characteristics should be in the state be under care.
The issues discussed in this scientific article are relevant in the sense that the current legislation of the Republic of Armenia does not regulate the issues and features of the liability of controlling and controlled corporations. The purpose of the article is to identify the essence and content of the liability of controlling and controlled corporations, the procedure for application, conditions and other features, as well as the specifics of regulating these issues in venture joint-stock companies. As a result of the implementation of the submitted proposals, the issues of liability of controlling and controlled corporations will be clarified, a unified and predictable judicial practice will be formed on them.
The purpose of the article, in the case of a judicial appeal of an administrative act, is to highlight the issues of suspension of the act, which is directly related to a person’s right to effective judicial protection, to present ways and recommendations for their solution, which derives from the requirements of Articles 61 and 63 of the Constitution, according to which “Everyone has the right to effective judicial protection of his rights and freedoms and to an investigation within a reasonable time.” Today, the issue of effective and reasonable judicial protection of a citizen is more topical, because the principles of judicial protection of a citizen and access to the court are very often violated. The article discusses the issues of judicial suspension of the administrative act, points out existing gaps and offers solutions. In this article, we have highlighted the tricks and measures that make it possible to identify and highlight the problems that currently exist in court cases regarding the suspension of an administrative act. A person’s right to judicial protection should be accessible and provide an opportunity to restore violated rights and ensure the protection of rights, and the real guarantees for the implementation of these forms are the effectiveness of judicial protection of rights, which needs to be improved, and the gaps in which we refer to We analyzed the current legal practice and offered effective solutions.
Within the framework of this research work, the nature of the activities of the National Assembly and the scope of its powers in the field of the state’s foreign policy are discussed in the conditions of the parliamentary governance model in the Republic of Armenia after the constitutional changes of 2015.
Surrogacy more than other types of assisted reproductive technologies depends on legal regulation, as there are issues of recognition of the rights of parents, surrogate mother and the born child. This scientific article is devoted to the study of surrogate motherhood as a form of realization of reproductive rights in the prism of international law.
This article provides a comprehensive exploration of the historical origins, international legal framework, and practical implications of the right to be forgotten. It delves into key stages in the formation and evolution of this right, analyzing pertinent provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as a seminal document shaping this domain. The article scrutinizes the challenges and threats inherent in applying this right without ensuring an individualized approach to each specific request. Additionally, it outlines potential trends in the future development of this right and proposes measures that may enhance its efficacy. A focal point of this study involves a nuanced examination of the intricate relationship and delicate balance between respecting the right to be forgotten and several other fundamental rights. Notably, the article explores the interplay between the right to be forgotten and rights such as freedom of thought and access to information, as well as the right to personal privacy. This analysis contributes to a deeper understanding of how these rights coexist and sometimes conflict in the dynamic landscape of data protection and privacy.