Marat Musin: The Impact of the U.S. Constitution Russia

20 years ago, the U.S. government implemented a system of guaranteed self-destruction mechanism of the Russian Federation. Today, this mechanism is run at full capacity.

Only now, the U.S. State Department officially acknowledged that the 1993 Constitution of the Russian Federation, as well as a number of key laws of our country, wrote American advisers. No one then could not imagine what catastrophic consequences inevitably entails the incorporation of a basic law defeated in a "cold" war state of two fundamentally new provisions: Article 13 paragraph 2 and Article 15 paragraph 4. Only two articles of the American version of the Constitution of the Russian Federation: the refusal of the Russian state to protect their traditional values (ideology) and the recognition of the priority of international law over domestic, today allowed outside to start the mechanism of guaranteed self-destruction of our millennial state.

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