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The Need for State Ideology in the State to Ensure Human Rights

Authors
  • Yurievich, Melnikov
Journal
Macro Management & Public Policies
Publisher
Bilingual Publishing Co
Publication Date
Sep 09, 2019
Volume
1
Issue
2
Identifiers
DOI: 10.30564/mmpp.v1i2.502
Source
Bilingual Publishing
Keywords
License
Green

Abstract

Human society is not a history of ideas, as such, of the activities or the vicissitudes of destinies, the so-called historical personalities acting according to the arbitrariness of their mind and heart. The history of society has its “earthly basis”. This is, first of all, the history of the development of people, their existence, traditions of the people, spirituality, moral values, economic development, rules of conduct, laws of the country in which you live, in short, the ideology of the state and how it is presented by the authorities through the media. But in Russia, as stated in article 13 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, "No ideology can be established as a state or mandatory." The same Constitution recognizes “ideological diversity”. Subsequent postulates of the same Constitution of the Russian Federation refute the foregoing.

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