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2018, vol. 57, br. 80, str. 101-116
Konceptualizacija pojma represivni režim u međunarodnom javnom pravu
Akademija za nacionalnu bezbednost, Beograd

e-adresamstvnv297@gmail.com, djurdjevic.dragan@gmail.com
Ključne reči: dobra vladavina; demokratska tranzicija; dosije lica; diktatura; vladavina prava; korupcija; klijentelizam
Sažetak
Predmet ovog članka je način vladavine, kao odnos koji nije uređen međunarodnim pravom, a uprkos tome je u praksi osnov mnogih posledica u međunarodnom pravnom poretku i međunarodnim odnosima. Radi se o problemu da odnos između države i građana, ni vrednosni aspekt tog odnosa, nije neposredno predmet, ali se tiče mnogih normativnih režima međunarodnog prava. Cilj članka je da se osvetli relevantni aspekt normativne sadržine represivne vladavine koji bi predstavljao pretpostavku dispozicije u pogledu pravno prihvatljive vladavine. Osnovna pretpostavka je da se u međunarodnom pravu razvija normativni koncept represivnog režima, kao nepoželjnog postupanja država. Ovako problematizovanom zadatku, pristupili smo, prvo, posmatranjem poimanja elemenata represivne vladavine u delokrugu međunarodnih organizacija i tela, drugo, normativnom analizom prakse represivne vladavine i, treće, konceptualizacijom prihvatljive vladavine na međunarodnom nivou. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju da pojam represivni režim obuhvata dva aspekta, ideološki i međunarodno zaštićenih ljudskih prava. Nastojanje da se konceptualizacije pojam represivne vladavine suočava se sa problemom ostvarivanja suvereniteta, reprezentativnosti i osnovnih ljudskih prava u uslovima univerzalizacije vrednosti. Nalazimo da jedini kriterijum koji se može primeniti na međunarodnom nivou ispostavlja pravo građana da vlasti države ne koriste državne organe represije kako bi sistemski teško kršili osnovna ljudska prava u cilju trajne dominacije određene interesne grupe.
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jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/zrpfni1880101S
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 24.01.2019.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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