La acotación al Estado: La política, el principio constitucional y la revisión jurisdiccional

In this document, the author explains how in the British constitutional system the 20th. century shows an increa-sing performance of judges in the balance of public powers, diminishing the Executive's traditional immunity and demanding jurisdictional authority regarding the sovereign acts of the Par... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Jowell, Jeffrey
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas 2003
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Laburpena: In this document, the author explains how in the British constitutional system the 20th. century shows an increa-sing performance of judges in the balance of public powers, diminishing the Executive's traditional immunity and demanding jurisdictional authority regarding the sovereign acts of the Parliament. The author empha-sizes the importance of human rights adjudication under the European Commu-nity Law that incorporates British Law through the Human Rights Act of 1998. The author also criticizes the way most coun-tries are looking for alternatives between unrestrictive majority rule and a limited government, take too much of a risk think-ing that the solution is an unwritten Cons-titution. It could get worst facing the public administration's practice as well as the decisions of the courts that had jointly crea-ted a democratic model that reflects the power of the State but limiting its necessary boundaries.