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constitutional

n. the first drink or dose of drugs of the day. (see also breakfast of champions.) He downed a constitutional and made ready to set out for the office.
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They give political actors a mechanism to revise the informal constitutional amendments entrenched by courts of last resort in the course of constitutional interpretation.
The contract is the delivery of an integrated information system of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic (hereinafter referred to as the Constitutional Court) under the project titled Electronisation of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic and electronic services provided to citizens, participants in the proceedings before the Constitutional Court and the Constitutional Court staff.
of Peloponnese, Greece) provide a comparative analysis of constitutional change in 18 countries (the 15 old European Union member states, Canada, Switzerland, and the US).
Kissane's book should be read by anyone who is interested in the current constitutional structure of Ireland and how it evolved.
The Union of Arab Courts and Constitutional Councils aims to consolidate ties of brotherhood and friendship among its members, boost the concept of constitutional judiciary in the Arab World, promote monitoring of the constitutionality of laws in protecting rights and general freedoms and facilitate the exchange of constitutional knowledge among specialists in constitutional control.
Nonetheless, before proceeding to such an analysis of their role, it is well-worth noting that the newly-established Constitutional Courts are the result of a desperate attempt of the former communist countries to distance themselves from the previous regime.
KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) -- Minister of Justice and Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al-Sanea said that Kuwait Constitutional Court, since its foundation in 1973, has played a significant role in defending the constitutional legitimacy and overseeing lawmakers' abidance by constitutional provisions.
4 (Petra) -- The President of the Jordanian Constitutional Court, Taher Hikmat, and the Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, Hanafi Gebali, Wednesday discussed constitutional and legal cooperation.
The 3rd Congress of the World Conference on Constitutional Justice was held in Seoul, reported the press service of the Kyrgyz Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court.
And once again we are seeing the same thing repeating itself after the Constitutional Court handed down its ruling on Twitter.
The term constitutional judiciary in its narrower sense refers to the judicial control of the constitutionality and legality of regulations, and in a broader sense, also to the resolution of some other issues that have fundamental constitutional and legal significance (disputes over jurisdiction, the responsibility of the highest state authorities, in some constitutions opinions regarding the constitutionality of international treaties, constitutional complaints, etc.
Constitutional Redemption: Political Faith in an Unjust World.
These issues are defining America, and ultimately all are decided under constitutional law.
Problems of constitutional interpretation have occupied a prominent part of the scholarly agenda for quite some time, and rightly so.
ANKARA, Jul 8, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday that it was not the Constitutional Court's duty to take a decision on the merits of the case filed for the annulment of the constitutional amendment package.
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