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Journal: Sociosfera (Vol.7, No. 1)

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Page : 104-110

Keywords : parliament (Verkhovna Rada); constitution; president; state governing; to- talitarian political regime; democracy; party; nomenclature; state independence;

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The article represents an analysis of the political system of the modern Ukrainian state in comparison with the political system of the former USSR. Following the the route of state independence, Ukraine has defi ned main vectors and priorities of the country’s policy, has drafted and adopted thousands of laws and other acts, which provide the formation of the new state. Ukraine has created the legal foundations of the civil society, adopted the principles for the protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens, the existence of democratic institutions, independent media. The signs of the old political system remain in all the aspects of state. First of all it is the gap between political declarations and the realities of the state forms in Ukraine

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