Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)

Abstract

Problems and Prospects for Improving the Activities of the Constitutional Control Body on Court Appeals

Author(s): Aizhan A Dossayeva, Gulnara R Usseinova, Dina M Baimakhanova, Ualikhan A Akhatov

At the stage of state of law formation, the priority task for the country is to determine its constitutional control, which will help balance the needs of the population and the state as a whole. Therefore, the topic is relevant. The purpose of the article is to study the problems and prospects for improving the activity of the constitutional control body on court appeals in the Republic of Kazakhstan and foreign countries. To achieve this goal, the authors used general theoretical and specific scientific methods of research. Given the fact that every independent country is free to formulate its state policy, there is a historical practice of determining its own constitutional control, which differs from other countries. Many factors influence this, in particular, the level of the country’s economic development, its place in the arena of international and legal relations. Based on the analysis, the author draws the conclusion that it is the introduction of an individual appeal against the unconstitutionality of a legal norm or legal act by each citizen directly, that will promote the realization of the rights and freedoms of citizens secured and guaranteed by the Constitution.