This text covers: form of government; the state and its subdivisions; citizenship and the administration of justice; and specific issues, such as war, treaty and foreign affairs powers, taxing and spending power, and the state of emergency.
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Law & Business|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.37(d)|
Table of Contents
General introduction. Sources of constitutional law: international law, the constitution, legislation, jurisprudence, unwritten law, administrative regulations, codification and interpretations of legal rules. Form of government: general, the head of state, the legislature, the executive, the judiciary, advisory and supervisory institutions. The state and its subvisions: state form, decentralised authorities. Citizenship and the administration of justice: rules concerning nationality and the relevance of nationality; fundamental rights and freedoms, protection of minorities, control of administrative action, legal position of aliens. Specific issues: war, treaty and foreign affairs powers, taxing and spending power, the state of emergency.