It is rather oligarchic, by nature. Representation is something like a two-faced Janus, in other words simultaneously a bottom-up and a top-down process. Therefore, election, representation, and democracy form a triangle of confusion, where the essence of democracy, which is political equality and political freedom...
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The year 2015 was an eventful year inconstitutional law. Moreover, the constitutional curiosities that occurred are of high importance. In this chronicle special attention is paid to a groundbreaking, seminal judgment of the District Court of The Hague. In this case ([...] the Urgenda case) the District Court...
2015 will not be the year of reversals and major advancements, but of precisions and adjustments. From all points of view, the judge will have served as a counterpoint to the events.’ - Chronicle of Administrative Law: France [in French] by L. Bahougne, University Paris X Nanterre La Défense
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“The Institute for Justice and Growth Series” is the result of the initiative of the Institute for Justice and Growth of the EPLO. In this Series will be collected and reflected the suggestions, contribution, thoughts and opinions and, above all, the concrete proposals of the elite personalities of high academic and professional prestige who enjoy...