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Get this from a library. Prospects for constitutionalism in post-communist countries. [L Gonenc] -- The last decade of the 20th century saw radical changes in Eastern Europe and the former USSR.
Most of these countries made a transition from totalitarianism or authoriatarianism to democracy and. Rather less scholarly attention has been paid to the future of post-communist constitutions and prospects for constitutionalism in these countries.
The main questions dealt with throughout this study can be formulated as follows: Will liberal democratic constitutionalism take root in these countries?Cited by: Get this from a library. Prospects for constitutionalism in post-communist countries.
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Rather less scholarly attention has been paid to the future of post-communist constitutions and prospects for constitutionalism in these countries. The main questions dealt with throughout this study can be formulated as follows: Will liberal democratic constitutionalism take root in these countries?Cited by: Limits to Democratic Constitutionalism in Central and Eastern Europe - Kindle edition by Puchalska, Bogusia, Dr.
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(government) Of, or having, a single legislative chamber.Levent Gönenç, Prospects for Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Countries, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, →ISBN, page Those who criticize bicameralism stress that a unicameral legislature will be more efficient and faster in taking decisions.
Philipp Kiiver, The. This is the first treatise on Russia's new legal system, as it emerged from the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The first part of the book analyses in detail the political and economic origins of "perestroika," indispensable for understanding the basic parameters of the evolution of Russian law.
In the following chapters all major legal subjects are discussed against the background of their. As a consequence, rule-of-law institutions like the judiciary, the civil service, anti-corruption commissions, the media, etc., which are essential for constitutional democracy, have very superficial roots in these post-communist societies.
60 Vladimir Tismaneanu’s nearly prophetic argument that “political reform in all these post-communist Cited by: In doing so she expertly assesses the potential implications of the prospects of democratic consolidation and constitutionalism in Poland after and asks whether it is likely to be applicable to other transition countries such as Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The authors analyze whether political freedom and civil liberties help or hinder economic liberalization, using panel data from 25 post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the. Fully revised and updated this fourth edition is a comprehensive introduction to the politics of the Irish republic.
Includes coverage of the general election, and the creation of a new coalition of Fianna Fail and the Progressive Democrats under Bertie Ahern that year.
Examines the implications of a written constitution, changes in the party system, the power of major interest groups. Prospects for Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Countries. Kluwer Law International. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Jeffries, Ian (). A Guide to the Economies in Transition. Routledge.
ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Partlett, iction: Russian Federation. The book also examines ways in which the key concepts of constitutionalism, including fundamental rights, separation of powers, democracy and rule of law, may be adapted to an Islamic context, thus providing valuable new insights on the prospects for a genuine renaissance of constitutionalism in the Islamic world in the wake of the "Arab spring.".
This book is among the first books to consider post-communist Europe from the point of view of the rule of law. This book collects articles written by specialists on the rule of law in particular countries.
Interdisciplinary in approach, this book reveals the multi-layered complexity of the development of the rule of law after communism. This book is among the first books to consider post-communist Europe from the point of view of the rule of law.
This book collects articles written by specialists on the rule of law in particular countries. Interdisciplinary in approach, this book reveals the multi-layered complexity of the development of the rule of law after by: This book offers a novel and profound analysis of the post development of constitutionalism in Poland as an example of such a change.
It provides us not only with a fascinating account of events that presented a background of the new constitutionalism development but it makes a most valuable contribution to the theory of constitutionalism.'.
Full text of "Constitutions in a nonconstitutional world: Arab basic laws and the prospects for accountable government" See other formats. The Impact of EU Enlargemente for the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota, Martin Krygier The accession of eight post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe (and also of Malta and Cyprus) to the European Union in has been heralded as perhaps the most.‘The Evolution of Constitutionalism in the Post-Communist Countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Lessons for the Post-Soviet Space’, in: P.
van Elsuwege and R. Petrov (eds), Post-Soviet Constitutions and Challenges of Regional Integration: Adapting to European and Eurasian integration projects, Routledge. Religious References in the Constitutions of European Post-Communist Countries and Ethno-symbolism Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Church and State 59(3):csw July with 60 Reads.
This volume surveys and contributes to the prolific debates that occurred in the years between the collapse of communism and the enlargement of the European Union regarding the issues of constitutionalism, dealing with the past, and the rule of law in the post-communist world.
This series critically examines issues of legal doctrine and practice in Central and Eastern Europe, including studies on the harmonization of legal principles and rules; the legal impact of the intertwining of domestic economies, on the one hand, with regional economies and the processes of international trade and investment on the other.
In Public Administration in Post-Communist Countries: Former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe, and Mongolia, expert contributors supply a comprehensive overview and analysis of public administration in their respective post-Communist countries.
They illustrate each country's transformation from an authoritarian system of governance into Author: Saltanat Liebert. In this book, Bogusia Puchalska develops an original theory of democratic constitutionalism and uses it to support the argument that constitution-making and law-making in constitutional moments should be politically, and not just constitutionally, legitimate.
In doing so she expertly assesses the potential implications of the prospects of democratic consolidation and constitutionalism in. The prospects of constitutionalism in the post-Communist countries is still a worthy question a quarter of a century after the collapse of the old regime. Europe today is beset by various threats and challenges; terrorism, the largest migration of people since WWII, sovereign.
In doing so she expertly assesses the potential implications of the prospects of democratic consolidation and constitutionalism in Poland after and asks whether it is likely to be applicable to other transition countries such as Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.\ud \ud This original and informative book should be read by all curious to Author: Bogusia A Puchalska.
Written by recognized experts with an unparalleled grasp of the region's communist and post-communist reality, this volume addresses far-reaching reckoning, redress, and retribution policy choices. It is an engaging, carefully crafted volume, which covers a wide variety of cases and discusses key transitional justice theories using both.
This book examines the increasing recognition that the environment is a proper subject for protection in constitutional texts and for vindication by constitutional courts.
This phenomenon, which the authors call environmental constitutionalism, represents the confluence of constitutional law, international law, human rights and environmental by: Prospects for Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Countries to an agreement to invade the country.
Poland was partitioned by Russia, Austria and Prussia in and lost the bulk of its territories Still, this partition could not stop the movement of national regeneration. Modern Social Politics in Britain and Sweden was the winner of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for the best book published in the United States on government, politics, or.
“Paradoxes in the Revolution of the Rule of Law (Symposium: Constitutionalism in the Post-Cold War Era).” 19 Yale Journal of International Law – ().
“Post-Communist Constitutionalism: A Transitional Perspective.” 26 Columbia Human Rights Law Review – (). It is a 'must have' book for policy makers, for anyone interested in Eastern Europe, and for scholars working on democratic theories, comparative politics, legal cultures, constitutionalism, the rule of law, and legal institutionsMarina Kurkchiyan, Professor, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford Once upon a time.
Just ten years after their triumphant “return to Europe” inCentral and Eastern European (CEE) countries are facing a very serious crisis of constitutional democracy. This crisis—which coincides with the Eurozone crisis—has a specific origin.
This article will show that the rule-of-law institutions in these countries are less robust than in Western countries. In other words. Optimism on behalf of liberal constitutionalism in part results from scholars’ selective focus on a small set of high-profile countries, such as South Africa, Canada, India, and, more recently, Colombia For example, Professor Issacharoff’s important book, which highlights the role of constitutional courts in protecting fledgling.
Jan van Zyl Smit Editors’ Note: This text is a cross-post from the UK Constitutional Law Association blog and was published in two parts on 15 and 16 January Part I of the original text can be viewed here and Part II here. Poland’s attempted purge of Supreme Court judges, osten.
expressions of post-communist identity in the former GDR and attempt to construct a typology of the phenomenon.
Divided Germany: The Roots of Post-Communist Identity Commentators are divided over the question of whether the year partition of Germany effectively fostered two separate German identities, one 'eastern' and one 'western'.
In Citizens in Europe: Essays on Democracy, Constitutionalism and European Integration, Claus Offe and Ulrich K. Preuss offer a collection of essays published since that consider key issues that must be addressed by European citizens and institutions if recent turmoil is to be overcome and greater integration achieved.
This volume is recommended to those looking for institutional. The majesty of law is to achieve what centuries of blood and iron were not capable of. 1 INTRODUCTION. The concept of the rule of law, or one should rather say some of the principles underpinning the rule of law, finds its origins in Ancient Greece (between and BCE) where it participated in the ‘self-definition of the political community of the City’.
2 During that time of Author: Matthieu Burnay. This Article examines the role of religious law in constitutionalism by focusing on Egypt and Tunisia as two main case studies: Egypt is an example of the so-called ¿Islamic constitutionalism¿ and Tunisia is an example of a more secular variety.
Both cases are analyzed against the backdrop of U.S. constitutional theory and law. I begin by rejecting conceptualist approaches which focus on. Finally, Daniela Piana in Judicial Accountabilities in New Europe: From Rule of Law to Quality of Justice 13 looks at judicial accountabilities 14 in five post-communist countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Romania) from the point of view of a political scientist.
by: 5.The founding of a constitutional court is often an indication of a chosen path of constitutionalism and democracy. It is no coincidence that most of the constitutional courts in East and Southeast Asia were established at the same time as the transition of the countries concerned from authoritarianism to liberal constitutional democracy.