PROBLEMS NOSTRIFICATION FOREIGN DOCUMENTS TO AWARD THE DEGREE IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION.

Problems Nostrification foreign documents to award the degree in the Russian Federation

 

 

Valyuchenko Vladimir V.

Grand Doctor of Philosophy (GPh.D)  , PhD , Professor . International University of Fundamental Studies

  

introduction

 

With the issue of confirmation ( Nostrification or recertification ) document on the degree or rank, as well as the problems which will be discussed in this article may face everyone who came to Russia to work or study .

 Formally, the owner of a foreign diploma does not have the appropriate education in the host country . And then he needs a procedure Nostrification ( confirm the level of education or the presence of his degree ) .

 

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CONSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION OF SRI LANKA SINCE INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION MAKING PROCESS

 

CONSTITUTIONAL EVOLUTION OF SRI LANKA SINCE INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION MAKING PROCESS

 

Ravindra Waidyalankara, PhD

Director CID/Interpol Sri Lanka, Deputy Inspector Gen of Police DIG

Sri Lanka

 

The state

 

“The State”, according to Harold Laski.

is a temporal society divided into government and subjects claiming within its allotted physical area, a supremacy over all other institutions. It is in fact the final legal repository of the social will……..”

 

The powers and Functions of the State

 

The state has three types of function :  Legislative, judicial and executive.  The legislative function is exercised mainly through Parliament which has the power to make laws of general applicability and to grant to other bodies the power to make delegated legislation under authority of an act of parliament.

 

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ESTABLISHMENT OF SOCIAL AND DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE STANDARDS VIA A REGIME OF NEW INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER- A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LAW OF THE SEA CONVENTION

 

ESTABLISHMENT  OF SOCIAL AND DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE STANDARDS VIA A REGIME OF NEW INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER- A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LAW OF THE SEA CONVENTION

 

 Ravi Waidyalankara, PhD (IUFS)

Deputy Inspector Gen of Police Sri Lanka DIG

Trincomalee

 

The increasing scarcity of resources and the needs of the human kind extends up to the exploitation of the living and non living resource of the ocean.  The sea had been used only for the purposes of the trade, war fare and traditional fishing by the ancients mainly in the coastal states.  However, with the whilst passing from age to age, specially from the industrial age, the human kind gradually realized the invaluable wealth of ocean resources such as minerals, petroleum and gas.  Thus the relationship between the mankind and the sea was growing expeditiously. 

 

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