DOI: https://doi.org/10.21847/1728-9343.2019.6(164).185951

Formation and implementation of the migration legislation of Ukrainian citizens to Belarus, Moldova and Russia (1991-2013)

Maryna Frotveit

Abstract


The article reflects the rulemaking and legislative regulation of the migration sphere in the region, based on a common documentary basis, which is the basis of the national legislation of the studied countries - the legal provisions of the Soviet period. Another source of international law is the common international norms developed within the framework of universal and specific interstate structures (UN, IOM, ILO, etc.). The process of formation and improvement of migration legislation in the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Moldova, the Russian Federation and Ukraine continued throughout the study period. Its basic elements include the creation of a regulatory framework for general issues that indirectly dealt with migration issues and address specific issues of a purely migration area. Its results were in accordance with general norms and democratic principles. The article focuses on the migration concepts of each of the countries studied. It is concluded that the nature and magnitude of the migration movement of Ukrainians within the studied region are distinguished by the specificity of the respective migration space. It is based on strong cultural and historical ties between actors and is reinforced by the migration laws of Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine

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migration; migration policy; migration legislation; migration processes

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Bessa Vilela N., Brezovnik B. Europe: hell or paradise? An overview of European law and case law. Journal of Comparative Politics, 2018. 11(2), 65-82.

 

Blakar R. M. Pragmalinguistics. Mouton: The Hague-Paris, 1979.

 

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Kuznetsova I., Round J. Postcolonial migrations in Russia: the racism, informality and discrimination nexus. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 2019. No 39(1-2), 52-67. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.1108/ijssp-08-2018-0131

 

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Sredanovic D., & Stadlmair J. Introduction: trends towards particularism in European citizenship policies. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 2018. 26(1), 1-11. DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.1080/14782804.2018.1436531






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