The problem of government which the constitution seeks to solve is how to give sufficient power to the country’s rulers to allow them to govern efficiently and yet be assured that they will not encroach unreasonably on the fundamental liberties of the individual by seizing more power than was intended, or interfering arbitrarily in his way of life. The granting of sufficient power is achieved through ‘parliamentary sovereignty’–the legal right that Parliament enjoys of passing any law it likes. Individual liberty is said to be protected by the ‘rule of law’–the restriction of government action to that authorized by law. However, there are obstacles to the full acceptance of this theory, and it is these which must now be examined...
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صفحات کتاب : 228
سال نشر : 1395
نوع جلد : شومیز
قطع : وزیری
وزن : 312.36
کد یکتا : 90223
نوبت چاپ : 9
تیراژ : 500
1. The Rule of Law
2. The Theory of the Separation of Powers
3. Elective Dictatorship
4. Individual Responsibility
5. The Nature of Constitutional Law I
6. Definition and Scope of Constitutional Law
7. Non-Legal Rules of the Constitution
8. Characteristics of Constitutions I
9. Unitary and Federal Systems .
10. The Constitution and the Executive I
11. The Unique Role of the United States Judiciary .
12. The Supreme Court and Individual Rights
13. Features of Constitutional Government
14. The Practice of Constitutional Government I
15. Administrative Law I
16. The Common-Law System
17. The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran I
18. The Courts
20. Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration II
21. Arrest and Detention I