Appeal At The Constitutional Court Of Romania On The President Of Romania’S Modaliy To Exercise The Powers Established By Law
In order to analyze the decisions of the Constitutional Court regarding constitutional legal disputes, two aspects need to be clarified: 1. what is meant by constitutional legal conflict and 2. who are the authorities between whom such conflicts can arise. In this article, the authors present a complex analyses to the role of the Constitutional Court of Romania regarding the procedure of exercise the Romanian head of state powers, starting to these two questions.
Volume (Year): 50 (2012)
Issue (Month): (December)
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