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КНИЖНЫЙ МИР

  Jonathan Miller

The Constitution of Argentina

244 страниц. 2011 год.
This book explains the essential elements of Argentine constitutionalism – its federal system of government, its long tradition of judicial review, its hyper-presidentialism and weak legislatures, and its striking respect for international human rights instruments and tribunals - but in the context of Argentina's political and economic rollercoaster since 1930. That rollercoaster has allowed few elected governments to complete their terms of office, and has wreaked havoc with security of property and contract as desperate governments default on obligations and control prices. Yet Argentine constitutionalism also establishes some limits that governments cannot violate without a loss of legitimacy. The book analyses Argentina's constitutional structures in light of recurring tendencies in Argentine constitutionalism, such as a preference for aspirational constitutionalism, adoption of foreign models, competition between sectors organised into highly vertical structures, and...
 
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