Summary: – 1. Introduction. – 1.1. Ontological bases of appearance of scientific interest. – 1.2. Research methodology and source base. – 2. Application of special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions) under the legislation of Ukraine. – 2.1. The nature of special economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions) and problems of their application under the legislation of Ukraine. – 2.2. Reforming the system of sanctions related to the assets of individuals in the legal regime of martial law. – 3. Prohibition of political parties in administrative proceedings under martial law. – 4. Conclusions.
Judicial control and authorization of state coercion or other interference in the sphere of private legal interest is a universal standard for building a political and legal system based on the principles of the rule of law. To obtain reliable and substantiated conclusions, general and special research methods were used, which processed the results of theoretical research on the problems of administrative proceedings in Ukraine, materials of legal practice in the form of conclusions of international human rights institutions and Ukrainian courts. The study found that the proposed regulatory changes, which determine the dominant role of administrative courts in the application of sanctions related to the assets of individuals or the prohibition of political parties, perform a dual function - to ensure the necessary level of protection of rights, freedoms and interests of private individuals as well as administrative courts protect the national interests, national security, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, counter terrorist activity, as well as prevent violations, restore violated rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens of Ukraine, society and the state. Thus, the preconditions have been created for resolving these complex human rights issues while maintaining the necessary balance, even in exceptional martial law