Soviet Judiciary in Fighting Religious Cults in Crimea (20-80s of XX Century)

Authors

  • N.Yu. Katunina
  • Olena V. Katunina

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2009.49.2008

Abstract

From the earliest times, the very existence of Soviet power to combat religion and tirades, along with methods of economic and ideological pressure, actively using legal factors, is a rather strict system.

Following the massive unveiling of solidarity and white army officials who were unable to leave the peninsula in November 1920, they began to form in the Crimea various branches of government, including their judicial system, which was published in a new regime of elements of legitimacy. However, the legal system created on the peninsula was annexed to a radical political system, so when there were various problems, they were members of principles of political expediency, not morality and rights.

Published

2009-03-10

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