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The foundations and traditions of constitutional amendment

The foundations and traditions of constitutional amendment

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Albert, Richard. Contiades, Xenophon. Fotiadou, Alkmene.
Title Statement
The foundations and traditions of constitutional amendment / edited by Richard Albert, Xenophon Contiades and Alkmene Fotiadou.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, UK :   Hart Publishing,   2019.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 399 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Hart studies in comparative public law ;volume 17
ISBN
9781509934638
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Constitutional amendments. Law reform.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: The State of the Art in Constitutional Amendment
Richard Albert
I. Defining the Field
II. The Architecture of Constitutional Amendment Rules
III. Amendment as Constitution

Part I: The Foundations of Constitutional Amendment
1. Amendment Power, Constituent Power, and Popular Sovereignty: Linking Unamendability and Amendment Procedures
Yaniv Roznai
I. Introduction
II. Unamendability and Constituent Power
III. The Constitutionalisation of Primary Constituent Power
IV. The Spectrum of Constitutional Amendment Powers
V. Conclusion
2. Constitutional Theory and Cognitive Estrangement: Beyond Revolutions, Amendments and Constitutional Moments
Zoran Oklopcic
I. Introduction: The Person of ''The People'' and A Three-Fold Cognitive Estrangement
II. Beyond ''The People'': New Tropes, Old Anxieties
III. Three Forms of Estrangement-prevention: Holmes, Pettit, Dworkin
IV. Tertium Datur: Mapping Constitutional Change Between the Revolution and the Amendment
V. Towards a Different Familiarity: ''The People'', The Paradox and The Sacrifice
3. Constraints on Constitutional Amendment Powers
Oran Doyle
I. Introduction
II. A Doctrine of Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments
III. Constraint and Powers of Constitutional Change
IV. The Types of Constraint on Constitutional Amendment Powers
V. Distribution of Power and the Justification of Constraint
VI. Justification of Constraints on Constitutional Amendment Powers
VII. Conclusion
4. Comment on Doyle''s Constraints on Constitutional Amendment Powers
Mark Tushnet
5. Constituting the Amendment Power: A Framework for Comparative Amendment Law
Thomaz Pereira
I. Introduction
II. Conclusion
6. Sieyes: The Spirit of Constitutional Democracy?
Luisa Fernanda Garcia Lopez
I. Introduction
II. Towards a Representative Democracy
III. Towards a Constitutional Democracy
IV. Conclusion
7. Revolutionary Reform in Venezuela: Electoral Rules and Historical Narratives in the Creation of the 1999 Constitution
Joshua Braver
I. Introduction
II. Carl Schmitt''s Unfortunate Victory over Hannah Arendt in the Analysis of Popular Constitution-Making
III. Hannah Arendt''s Revolutionary Reform
IV. Hugo Chavez''s Radical and Original Constituent Power
V. The Turning Point: The Electoral Rules for the Constituent Assembly
VI. Radical Breaks and Exclusionary Mandates
VII. Conclusion

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