Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, 210023, China
The Constitution of 1993 establishes the organizational form of state power with the presidential system as the core, which has a positive significance to Russia’s completion of system transformation, healing the trauma of people caused by shock therapy, and taking the road of capitalist development. However, with the weak system of the separation of powers, the Russian presidential system and the strong groups are too powerful, which leads to the strong personal color of national governance. Therefore, while maintaining the authority of the presidential system, it is needed to ensure the institutionalization and scientization of decision-making, strengthen social supervision, develop civil society, improve the level of citizens’ political participation, and ensure the effective operation of Russian state governance on the road of democracy.
Russia, presidential system, state governance
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