Constitutional Law of 15 EU Member States

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L. Prakke, C. A. J. M. Kortmann
Kluwer, Jan 1, 2004 - Constitutional law - 979 pages
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Contents

Federal Legislative Branch 24590
20
THE FEDERAL PRESIDENT
22
THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT
34
THE WORKING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT
41
COURTS AND OTHER JUDICIAL ORGANS
52
LANDER DISTRICTS MUNICIPALITIES
60
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
67
The Kingdom of Belgium
73
THE ITALIAN LEGAL ORDER
518
ANNEXES
533
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
539
THE CONSTITUTION
548
THE GOVERNMENT
557
THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES
563
THE ADVISORY ORGANS
574
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
583

SOURCES OF BELGIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
82
INDIVIDUALS AND THE GOVERNMENT
88
Legislative and Executive Powers of the Lander 95120
95
THE INSTITUTIONS
96
Control of Public Accounts and Administration of Public Funds 121128
121
ANNEXE
127
Constitutional and Administrative Guarantees 129148
129
The Kingdom of Denmark
133
STRUCTURE OF THE STATE
142
The Ombudsman Board 148a148
148
LEGAL SYSTEM
163
ANNEXE
177
INTRODUCTION
183
THE SOURCES OF FINNISH CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
194
Final Provisions 149152
195
THE CABINET
202
PARLIAMENT
209
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
221
THE JUDICIARY
227
ANNEXES
233
HISTORY TERRITORY PEOPLE
239
THE SOURCES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
244
THE GOVERNMENT
257
PARLIAMENT
263
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT
275
THE COURTS
282
DECENTRALIZATION AND DECONCENTRATION
292
FOREIGN POLICY
294
ANNEXES
300
CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY
307
THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT AT FEDERAL LEVEL
324
THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AS A FEDERAL STATE
341
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AND SAFEGUARDING OF LEGAL RIGHTS
352
ANNEXE
362
THE CONSTITUTION
369
THE STRUCTURE OF THE STATE
382
THE LEGAL SYSTEM
401
ANNEXE
414
THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
436
DECENTRALIZATION
459
b General features
462
ANNEXES
472
The Italian Republic
479
THE DEMOCRATIC LEGITIMACY OF THE REPUBLIC
495
THE PRESIDENT AND THE SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
506
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
589
THE SOURCES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
595
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
602
THE STATES GENERAL
613
POLICY INSTRUMENTS
621
PERMANENT BODIES
628
LOWER PUBLIC AUTHORITIES
638
EMERGENCY LAWS
645
INTRODUCTION
653
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF THE ORGANIZATION OF POLITICAL POWER
665
THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTE DA REPUBLICA
671
THE GOVERNMENT GOVERNO
684
CONSTITUTIONAL COURT TRIBUNAL CONSTITUCIONAL
692
THE COURTS TRIBUNAIS
700
DECENTRALIZATION AUTONOMOUS REGIONS MACAO
705
ORGANIZATION OF THE ECONOMY
711
ANNEXES
718
The Kingdom of Spain
725
A few essential points from Spanish constitutional history
732
THE SOURCES OF SPANISH CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
738
THE KING
745
THE PARLIAMENT
757
THE WORKING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT
764
THE COURTS AND OTHER JUDICIAL ORGANS
775
REGIONAL PROVINCIAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
782
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
791
The Kingdom of Sweden
797
Territory and people
804
SOURCES AND BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SWEDISH CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
806
THE HEAD OF STATE
817
RELATION BETWEEN PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT
827
THE RIKSDAG AND PUBLIC FINANCE
839
DECENTRALIZATION
844
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
850
STATE AND CHURCH
857
THE BRITISH STATE
863
SOURCES OF BRITISH CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
870
THE GOVERNMENT
878
PARLIAMENT
887
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARLIAMENT AND THE GOVERNMENT
901
COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
912
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
923
European unification
929
About the translators
935
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