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Victory at the Panrussian Competition for the Research Work of Young Scholars of Comparative Jurisprudence

Institute staffer Maksim Karliuk's work takes first place in the category "the Impact of International Law on National Legal Systems".

In the work presented for the contest, Karliuk treats the problematic issues of the authority mix between that of the state and that of the interstate entities. The rules which enshrine the powers of legislation can be formulated in different ways, sometimes very precisely and definitely, while sometimes in quite an abstract and broad way. Consequently, differences may arise regarding the interpretation of a particular provision that has a direct effect on the activities of an organisation. There is the concept of implied competence, in accordance with which authority is limited to the rights enshrined in the founding documents, but it can indeed extend further. The study examines developments and provides a comparative analysis of this concept on a regional, national, and international level. Following the study, the author proposes an approach which is not in conflict with the existing principles of law and allows international organisations to more effectively realise their goals.