“It is impossible not to touch upon recently observed attempts of a significant part of legal community to introduce into Russian law-creation practice the elements of the Anglo-Saxon law of precedent”
Dissents in the Russian Constitutional Court are prohibited from being published
Nov 9, 2020
President Vladidmir Putin signed into law a bill which prohibits Constitutional Court judges from publishing their dissents, even concurring opinions; it goes as far as making it illicit for judges to refer publicly to their disagreents expressed during deliberations in court room and mentioning the fact of split voting.
This bill suppressing judicial dissents gave rise to much criticism within judicial and academic circles. Here are the links to: