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The stability of constitutional principles and norms is an integral part of the development of the country, and the work of representatives of the constitutional court does not allow anyone to be careless in the legislative process, said Russian President Vladimir Putin.

«Stability of constitutional principles and norms is an integral component of successful development of our country», — Putin said at a meeting with constitutional court judges.

The President said that «only a strong, independent state capable to protect the rights and freedoms of its citizens.» «Thus, to create conditions for political stability, law and order, for a prosperous life of people», — Putin said.

Putin noted that judges their work make a significant contribution to the improvement of the legislation and their decisions largely determine the vector of the legal development of the country. The President noted that the current work of the COP is different from what it was in the 90-ies and early 2000-ies, when it was necessary to stitch together a common legal space.

«Thanks to your work in recent years, the culture of law-making has changed in the country as a whole, become more Mature. A lot of work. The laws are written, as you know, people, people make mistakes, and your role is to carefully watch what laws are made, what’s inside, what effects they will cause,» said the head of state.

«Your work does not allow anyone to be careless in legislative activity», — he said.

Putin said he did not agree with the statements about the excessive complexity of the texts of some decisions of the COP. «The interpretation of legislation, giving them constitutional and legal sense, of course, must be very detailed, thoroughly argued, there can be no inaccuracies,» said he.

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