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2016 Global Review of Constitutional Law

I-CONnect–Clough Center collaboration.

2016 Global Review of Constitutional

I·CONnect-Clough Center 2016 Global Review of Constitutional Law Richard Albert, David Landau, Pietro Faraguna and Simon Drugda Editors

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  • Page 4 and 5: 2 | I•CONnect-Clough Center INTRO
  • Page 6 and 7: A PARTNERSHIP IN SUPPORT OF CONSTIT
  • Page 8 and 9: COUNTRY REPORTS 6 | I•CONnect-Clo
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  • Page 14 and 15: Austria DEVELOPMENTS IN AUSTRIAN CO
  • Page 16 and 17: The Austrian Constitutional Court h
  • Page 18 and 19: e promoted by the child itself. The
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  • Page 24 and 25: Belgium DEVELOPMENTS IN BELGIAN CON
  • Page 26 and 27: subjected to torture or inhuman or
  • Page 28 and 29: Judgment No. 72/2016 7 - Combat of
  • Page 30 and 31: nary appeals account for the vast m
  • Page 32 and 33: Based on that majority opinion, the
  • Page 34 and 35: Bulgaria DEVELOPMENTS IN BULGARIAN
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  • Page 38 and 39: The Office of the Prosecutor thus s
  • Page 40 and 41: that formally partitioned Cameroon
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  • Page 46 and 47: How homosexuality is treated by the
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    The idea of constitutional dialogue

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    Cyprus DEVELOPMENTS IN CYPRIOT CONS

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    The three Greek Cypriot members of

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    secondary legislation in which the

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    topic. It is the classic dilemma of

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    IV. 2. Freedom of Expression of Jud

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    Finland DEVELOPMENTS IN FINNISH CON

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    ights impact assessments 12 and the

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    automatic processing and where ther

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    laws of the Republic,” principles

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    Conseil quashed several provisions

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    Germany DEVELOPMENTS IN GERMAN CONS

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    warning. The FCC took the CJEU’s

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    ect investment and foreign portfoli

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    into force of the Fourth Amendment

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    that the ongoing discussion of the

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    Iceland DEVELOPMENTS IN ICELANDIC C

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    President had been within the bound

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    as evidenced by a number of earlier

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    Directive Principles, which were co

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    forced display of the National Flag

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    CONCLUSION The Supreme Court seemed

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    ality in the absence of a concrete

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    The Electricity III case (Decision

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    Ireland DEVELOPMENTS IN IRISH CONST

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    ment to delay addressing an issue o

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    structure it contemplates”. The C

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    territory in 2009. 1 In 2015, the g

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    HCJ 232/16 The Movement for Quality

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    Italy DEVELOPMENTS IN ITALIAN CONST

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    The ICC’s mind-set toward this ph

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    uum, and that the legal position of

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    Kenya DEVELOPMENTS IN KENYAN CONSTI

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    the judges that their rights were b

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    cate portions of the suit property

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    Lithuania DEVELOPMENTS IN LITHUANIA

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    more through the right of the elect

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    in a proper and effective manner an

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    task. In addition, and relatedly, 2

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    In allowing the Majlis’s appeal a

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    Mexico DEVELOPMENTS IN MEXICAN CONS

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    launched by the Federal Government

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    National Security The Court was fac

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    advantages and disadvantages to bot

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    was unconstitutional. 6 This case l

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    Netherlands DEVELOPMENTS IN LITHUAN

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    Interpretation in Conformity with H

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    were confronted with a major politi

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    ions, or even merely a statement al

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    ing the Constitution from which the

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    Norway DEVELOPMENTS IN NORWEGIAN CO

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    ever, constitutional debates partic

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    2006 case solved by reference to th

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    considerable powers and legislative

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    As regards the civilian government

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    Philippines DEVELOPMENTS IN PHILIPP

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    egardless of how pesticides are rel

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    manner of interpretation edify the

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    egulated in Chapter VIII (Courts an

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    y way of a reasoned order rather th

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    Romania DEVELOPMENTS IN ROMANIAN CO

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    ers, even if they are third-country

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    dicated that it should read “fulf

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    are now called Single Member Consti

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    crimination (ICERD) in 2015. It exp

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    may be more suited to the current c

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    simple majority, and the president

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    The JC was also involved in another

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    Slovenia DEVELOPMENTS IN SLOVENIAN

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    water. 12 Under newly proclaimed Ar

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    eral legal acts. 16 Since Slovenia

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    to maintain the equilibrium of powe

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    the welfare and rights of women sec

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    Spain DEVELOPMENTS IN SPANISH CONST

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    work. The political process unleash

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    the Government, the Royal Decree wh

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    declare a rule null and void. In ad

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    local self-government. The Council

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    Taiwan DEVELOPMENTS IN TAIWANESE CO

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    Among them were the contentious iss

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    Interpretation No. 737 is a decisio

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    ny satisfied the anti-Thaksin facti

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    Democratic Reform Council (PDRC). T

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    Turkey DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKISH CONS

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    sure that everyone leads a healthy

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    continued to pose a threat to natio

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    y a network of prerogative power (t

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    which not only established the dist

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    seek to manage Brexit negotiations

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    Enactment of the Constitution The f

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    Elections A second case relates to

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