AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL LEGAL REGULATION OF INFORMATION SPHERE
Amir I. Aliyev, Gulnaz A. Rzayeva

The article is devoted to the problems related to development and systematization of information legislation of the Republic of Azerbaijan. In this regard, international norms, complex laws and bylaws are analyzed. The authors conclude that there are different collisions in the information regulations. These collisions are analyzed in depth, and adjustment of national norms to the international standards and adoption of the unique Information Code of the Republic are recommended for the problem solution (pp.44-51). 

Keywords:information legislation, international norms, freedom of information, freedom of expression, by-laws, systematization, information code.
DOI : 10.25045/jpis.v09.i1.04
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