Mai Van Thang

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Abstract: This article explains the reasons for the lack of popularity of the term "due process of law" in the Russian current legal system. Nevertheless, all fundamental aspects of this principle included perception, core issues, and requirements that have been shown in a relatively complete and comprehensive way under another name with various levels, forms of expression, and its compliance. By Russia's case study, the author affirms that due process of law is necessary not only in the procedure proceedings that take place before the judicial decisions are made but also in the implementation of decisions and judgments given by courts and other entities. Above all, due process of law would maximize its efficiency when it is nourished in the right ecosystem.