2 edition of Constitutional models found in the catalog.
1991 by G.P.-S .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||1471|
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Abstract. Recently, in Commonwealth countries such as Canada, UK, New Zealand and Australia (at state level), is emerging a new, distinctive, model of constitutional review, in which courts have broad authority to interpret Bill of Rights provisions, but national legislatures can override courts' interpretations of rights by ordinary majority by: 1.It subsequently enquires into the role and perspectives of those European (mandatory) and US-American (persuasive) models for the constitutional debate in Central and Eastern Europe.
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