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GLOBAL LESSONS LEARNED:

GLOBAL LESSONS LEARNED: CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS, JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AND THE RULE OF LAW TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction and Overview a. Rationale for the Creation of Constitutional Courts and Tribunals Exercising Jurisdictional Constitutional Powers b. Advantages and Shortcomings of Constitutional Courts 2. International and Regional Principles and Model Structures of Constitutional Review 3. Creation and Composition of Constitutional Courts a. Historical Trends and Typology of Constitutional Courts and Tribunals Exercising Jurisdictional Constitutional Powers b. Constitutional Court Membership 4. Jurisdiction of Constitutional Courts a. Legal Framework and Separation of Powers i. Interpretative Powers ii. Control of the Constitutionality of Legal Norms iii. Distribution of Powers among Public Authorities b. Election Judge c. Human Rights and Civil Liberties 5. Constitutional Courts and Judicial Independence a. Guarantees of Judicial Independence b. Relationships between Constitutional Courts and other Courts 6. Standing and Public Information a. Legal Standing b. Public Information 1 2 4 7 12 15 ANNEX 1 – Bibliography ANNEX 2 – Tables 19 21

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