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The Constitutional Court of Belgium:: Safeguard of the Autonomy of the Communities and Regions

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BaşlıkThe Constitutional Court of Belgium:: Safeguard of the Autonomy of the Communities and Regions
Kısa BaşlıkThe Constitutional Court of Belgium
Kitap BaşlığıCourts in Federal Countries
ÖzetBelgian federalism is based on a process of devolution. The country has been transformed from a unitary state into a federally structured state through several successive constitutional reforms. The Belgian federal state is composed of three communities and three regions but is basically divided along linguistic lines: Dutch-speaking in the north, French-speaking in the south, and an officially bilingual capital region in the centre. This results in a federal state with strong confederal characteristics. The transformation into a federal state made it necessary to find an arbitrator to resolve disputes between the legislatures on the division of powers. A central
YazarPeeters, Patrick, Mosselmans, Jens
EditörAroney, Nicholas, Kincaid, John
Dizi AdıFederalists or Unitarists?
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YayıncıUniversity of Toronto Press
Yayın Tarihi2017
Sayfa Sayısı69-102
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ISBN978-1-4875-0062-7
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KünyePeeters, Patrick ve Mosselmans, Jens. “The Constitutional Court of Belgium:: Safeguard of the Autonomy of the Communities and Regions” Courts in Federal Countries , Haz., Aroney, Nicholas ve Kincaid, John. 69-102. : University of Toronto Press, 2017.