Sources of Russian law.

The framework of the Russian legal system is created by the Constitution, constitutions of the Subjects of the Federation, decisions of the Constitutional court, decisions and directives of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Arbirtazhny Court, international treaties, federal constitutional laws and federal laws, regional laws and ordinances, municipal legal acts, directives and statements of the Central Bank and governmental ministries and state authorities.

Conflict of legal acts is resolved according to the juridical power of the legal acts. The Constitution has a supreme power on the whole territory of Russia. Codes and federal constitutional laws have more power than federal laws. A conflict between regional and federal laws is decided in favour of a regional law if one is admitted within the regional competence and vice versa. An in