The Conference was planned and conducted in person and in absentia. The organizing committee of the conference received more than 80 performances. Of these, more than 40 - in person.
March 20 (Plenary) - conference was held in the Small Hall of the State Assembly of the Republic of Bashkortostan. Conference was opened by the Acting Rector of the Bashkir State University, Professor ND Morozkin.
The conference participants were welcomed by:
Tolkachev Konstantin Borisovich - Chairman of the National Assembly of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Doctor of Law, Professor.
Sokolov Alfred Nilovich - Honored Scientist of Russia, the first doctor of jurisprudence on the rule of law in post-Soviet Russia, professor of Kaliningrad Law Institute of the Interior Ministry.
At the plenary session were doctors and professors Arzamasov YG (Moscow), Bogolyubov SA (Moscow), Veliyeva DS (Saratov), Dorozhkin YN (Ufa), ZI Enikeev (Ufa), Zinurov RN (Ufa), Komarov SA (St. Petersburg), Presnyakov MV (Saratov), Perevalov VD (Bratislava) Ryan FM (Ufa), VK Samigullin (Ufa), AN Timonin (Ufa), Utyashev MM (Ufa), and others.
21 March-conference continued its work in the Institute of Law of the Bashkir State University.
Speaking generally, the vast majority of participants agreed on the urgent Actual issues of the rule of law in Russia. Post-Soviet state in Russia can only be legal (ie, the same as it is indicated in its current Constitution), not kakim- else. Therefore, the actual processes on the formation of the rule of law in Russia should not only be continued but intensified. Suggestions were made to establish a representative committee to develop a road map of Russia on the path of its development in the direction it is the rule of law. Sounded very convincing offers some of the participants of the conference on enhancing educational activities (with the participation of government agencies, universities, media, etc.) in the direction of placement rule of law in our real life. There were other proposals that deserve attention of our leadership and representatives of civil society institutions.
Proceedings of the conference came out in print in a separate collection. The most interesting of them are published in the "State of Law: Theory and Practice» (№3 (33) 2013)