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Public Opinion Concerning the Japanese Constitution, 1963
This study, conducted in August 1963, was the second of two nationwide surveys undertaken by the Japanese government to investigate public opinion regarding the constitution (see also PUBLIC OPINION CONCERNING THE JAPANESE CONSTITUTION, 1962 [ICPSR 7074]). The study probed the public's familiarity w...
Enterprise and innovation policy in Italy: an overview of the recent facts
1. Introduction The Italian enterprise and innovation policy over the past 20 years has undergone some major changes. The most important one is related to the institutional change that has witnessed the strengthening of the EU and the regional governments (Regions), and has required the central stat...
Constitutional Transition Mechanisms
The utopia of labour law at diplomatic missions
As regards employment, a Colombian worker who has worked for a diplomatic mission cannot apply to the courts to request payment of his employment claims, because of the immunity from jurisdiction provided for in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations since 1961. This theory is disputed today,...
Equal democracy and citizenship of women under construction: electoral process 2014-2015
The change from the legality of gender quotas to the constitutionality of parity was a central theme of the 2014 political and electoral reform. Maximising a human rights standard, such as the right to equality between men and women in access to political participation, was the main objective for am...
Young people, a multitude and social burst in Chile
Summary (analytical) On 18 October 2019, thousands of Chilean young people went to the streets to demand a fairer society, starting a process of constitutional change and citizenship. This article analyses this process by focusing on disruptive strategies by young people to challenge public spaces i...
Sustainable development and climate change in small island developing states: what legislative and constitutional responsibilities for Mauritius?
proceedings of the International Conference on Climate Justice held at the University of Mauritius in collaboration with the University of Reunion in October 2025
Power Re-allocation in China's Budgetary Reform and Its Constitutional Structure’s Transition: Through the Lens of France and the US
China began its budgetary reform in the 1990s and recently revised its Budget Law in 2014. With China's transition towards a "Tax State" and “Budget State,” has the budget reform genuinely become a breakthrough point of political reform and significantly alter the constitutional and administrative s...
The Constitution, a source of private law
originally, the Constitution was of interest to sources of private law mainly because it defined the powers of law and regulation. From the beginning of 1970, it gradually changed its nature to become, through various mechanisms, both procedural and substantive, a source of private law. The Constitu...
Climate trials: from national to international
International Climate Law has led states around the world to adopt laws on climate change reduction and adaptation since the 2000s. As a result of this phenomenon of internalisation of international law, rights and obligations have gradually been affirmed at domestic level and invoked by very differ...
The Judicial Politics of Enmity. A Case Study of the Constitutional Court of Korea’s Jurisprudence Since 1988
Among the countries which have experienced a political transition away from authoritarianism in the 1980s, South Korea is usually considered as a model of both democracy and judicial review. Relying on an interpretive reading of jurisprudence, the present research however uncovers the double-edged w...
Political Chronic of the DRC: 2013-2014
political developments in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) gradually changed significantly between May 2013 and April 2014. From a topical point of view strongly influenced by the persistence of insecurity and armed conflicts, the DRC has moved to a topical pace with the 2016 elections, either...
Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Brazilian federation: decentralising the disfunctionality
RESUMO This article presents the impacts of the decisions taken by the Brazilian State since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic affecting the Brazilian federation. On the basis of the use of the historical method, it can therefore be shown that such an impact is different from that which had occu...
The perception of parliamentary oversight. How can it be made more attractive?
‘titrebSummary’/titreb’np pagenum = “122”/bBy explicitly attributing government control to parliamentary assemblies, the constitutional revision devotes changes to the scrutiny procedures developed on the sole initiative of the parliamentarians themselves. It encourages them to develop significantly...
Implementation of urban mobility policies: comparative analysis of processes for regulating public road use and air use in four Swiss cities
Summary This work focuses on the implementation of public policies aimed at solving the problems created by the development of urban mobility. We take a new view on the latter, namely that the issue of traffic regulation is first and foremost the control of numerous and conflicting uses over two col...
On the constitutional compliance of the proposed law on due diligence of parent and donor companies
The proposed law on due diligence of parent and contracting companies could significantly enhance the protection of human rights and the environment along globalised production chains. It requires transnational undertakings to implement a ‘due diligence plan’ (communication of risks and reasonable d...
A vueltas con la prohibición del mandato imperativo
Should the prohibition on the imperative mandate be removed from our current constitutional legal systems (which would not only imply repealing the constitutional provisions in which it is contemplated, but change the own understanding of representative democracy)? The arguments that are argued toda...
Pellegrini, a century later
A century distance, the Patricia dimension of Carlos Pellegrini is speeding up. Not only your actions as a first judge, but also the facts and circumstances that have shaped the profile of the country in this centuries that have seen population growth, change its institutions, reform the Constitutio...
Democratic development and political/criminal alternatives
Work raises a series of reflections on the consequences and constraints of the political change that our country is experiencing with regard to the problem of crime and its legal treatment, which cannot be considered apart from the correlation of forces that determine the process of democratic devel...
Between pride and shame. Media narratives on "Belgrade Pride Parade" in contemporary Serbia
This paper discusses the position of the key social and political actors in contemporary Serbia, referring to the broadly accepted concept defined as “European values”. The article focuses on the so-called “Belgrade Pride Parade”, a highly contested event in the Serbian public, which is at...
La crisis COVID en el sector cultural chileno: estrategias de acción colectiva y políticas culturales desde abajo
The purpose of this article is to map the responses brought forth by Chile’s cultural and artistic sector —one of the most seriously affected by the health restriction policies implemented— to the COVID-19 crisis. Through a qualitative strategy that combines virtual ethnography, press analysis, and...
Theory of imprediction and economic development: Constitutional and consumer-related aspects In times of Pandemia
This work provides a scientific study on the constitutionality and legality of financial and financial measures adopted by financial institutions in the exception period experienced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dialogue with constitutional principles seeks to understand the institution of anatocism lea...
LEGAL REGULATIONS FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION SYSTEM IN INDONESIA FROM THE 1955 ELECTION TO THE CONCURRENT ELECTION OF 2019
Throughout its history, Indonesia has held general elections many times from 1955 to 2019. During that long period of time, Indonesia implemented a different electoral system at each election. The arrangement of the electoral system in Indonesia always changes from time to time in each election admi...
NUEVA PERSPECTIVA DEL SISTEMA DE DERECHO CONTINENTAL EN COLOMBIA A NEW PERSPECTIVE OF THE CONTINENTAL TRADITION INTO COLOMBIAN LEGAL SYSTE
Con el desarrollo de la jurisprudencia constitucional a partir de 1991, una parte de la doctrina colombiana plantea la necesidad de cambiar la naturaleza del Sistema jurídico colombiano, tradicionalmente de estirpe continental, a otra "mixta", con el fin de establecer entre nosotros el "Nuevo derech...
The constitutional precedent in Colombia and its structure of reasoning. Summary of the experiences of a mixed constitutional review system in the light of judgment T-292 of 2006 of the Constitutional Court
This article seeks to show the basic components of the reasoning underpinning the application of the constitutional precedent in Colombia, starting from the reconstruction of a key Constitutional Court ruling on this issue, T-292 of 2006. Initially, the question to be dealt with and its state are co...