Separarea și colaborarea puterilor de stat în Republica Moldova
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GHERMAN, Alexei. Separarea și colaborarea puterilor de stat în Republica Moldova. In: Probleme ale ştiinţelor socioumanistice şi modernizării învăţământuluiMaterialele conferinței științifice anuale a profesorilor și cercetătorilor UPS „Ion Creangă”. Seria 20, Vol.3, 22-23 martie 2018, Chișinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: UPS „Ion Creangă”, 2018, pp. 242-249. ISBN 978-9975-46-374-4; 978-9975-46-377-5.
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Probleme ale ştiinţelor socioumanistice şi modernizării învăţământului
Seria 20, Vol.3, 2018
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Seria XXI, Chișinău, Moldova, 22-23 martie 2018

Separarea și colaborarea puterilor de stat în Republica Moldova


Pag. 242-249

Gherman Alexei
 
Universitatea Pedagogică de Stat „Ion Creangă“ din Chişinău
 
Disponibil în IBN: 12 ianuarie 2021


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The problem of authority in general and its separation in state much than to one person or further than one state body, there have origin which is linked the phenomenon of apparition and formation of states. the phenomenon of ”power” in it evolution had known different types of manifestations and contents. Thus types were directed by their environment factors like religion, monarchy, totalitarian systems and so on, environment that conserve and direct this ”power”. Different types of power were described by texts that are founding doctrines of law, like works of Aristotle, Plato, Locke, Montesquieu and so on. In nowadays, principle of separation and collaboration of state bodies that detain power, is mentioned in all constitutions of democratic states. This principle is warrant of democracy and ensuring functionality in a state in law, also to warrant human fundamental rights and liberties. When we are speaking about legislative, executive and judgement court powers, we are meaning that true ”power” in a state in law is derived from its national sovereignty and belongs only to one titular – people of Republic of Moldova.