Beyond Independence and Accountability
Edited by Richard Devlin and Adam Dodek
Chapter 18: Regulating judges in Russia’s dual state: between constitutional and administrative regimes
The tension between constitutionalism and administrative arbitrariness complicates regulation of the Russian judiciary, a large bureaucracy that (a) mediates this tension through the mechanisms of acceptance, adaptation and resistance in order to conserve and reproduce internal judicial lines of accountability and control; and (b) produces paradoxical outcomes of judicial performance.
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