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1. The Judiciary in Federal Systems in Africa
(Nico Steytler & Zemelak Ayele/Essay)
Tags: [Africa, federalism, judicial pluralism, language and ethnic diversity, Steytler, Ayele, Perpectives on Federalism]  ...
Tags: [Belgium, federalism, judicial pluralism, representation of sub-national entities, language pluralism, Patricia, Popelier, Perspectives on federalism]  ...
Tags: [Canada, judicial federalism, pluralism, separation of powers, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Frédéric Bérard, Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens, Perspectives on Federalism, 2020]  ...
Tags: [Germany, federalism, rule of law, unity of the judiciary, judicial pluralism, Jens Woelk, Pespectives on Federalism, 2020]  ...
5. The Judiciary in Federal Systems in Africa
(Nico Steytler & Zemelak Ayele/Essay)
Eight states in Africa that have federal or federal-type government systems and most of these federations emerged in the post-Cold War period. The African federations are in various degrees characterised ...
Unlike most other federal states, the Belgian federation has kept the organisation of the judiciary as a federal competence. The reasons are historical, principled, practical as well as political. Meanwhile, ...
This article analyses the model of judicial federalism that has developed in the Federal Republic of Germany. As the constitutional history of Germany reveals, federal regulation of the judiciary has often ...
Political rhetoric aside, has Canada, 150 years after its foundation, achieved its goal of preserving pluralism? How is pluralism defined within the Canadian framework? What was the judiciary’s contribution ...
In Argentina the repercussions on the judicial system deriving from the territorial allocation of power are marked by peculiar features that make this experience not fully ascribable to what can be defined ...
The thematic focus of this issue of Perspectives on Federalism shall analyse phenomena of pluralism in the judiciary of federal systems: ‘Jurisdiction and Pluralisms: Judicial Functions and Organisation ...
Judicial federalism has generally been neglected by scholars in comparative federalism. However, this topic is quite relevant for a proper understanding of the distribution of competences in a federal ...
Contemporary U.S. federalism particularly since the late1960s has evolved over the course of pluralism alternating exercisable governmental powers between the federal and state governments. The complexity ...
... of these two components to the activity of parliaments, these analyses are incomplete. The functions and competences of a given second chamber depend on the way it represents pluralism: the weight that ...
The paper deals with the validity of constitutional pluralism as a constitutional theory for the European Union and a paradigm for the understanding of EU law in the current times of crisis. It reconstructs ...
In this essay the question of what kind of conflicts are at stake in the context of European pluralism will be considered, with special focus on the shift from “conflicts by divergence” to “conflicts by ...
... an analysis of its implementation, thereby attempting to make clear whether increased institutional pluralism and differentiation in the local government system will strengthen or weaken Italian regionalism ...
... are also explored. The case-law where constitutional courts exercised their competence to indirectly review the validity of EU legislation is discussed in light of the constitutional pluralism paradigm. ...
... organization based on elements of separation of powers doctrines and openness to pluralism, and an international law capacity - which provides the condition for the existence and ongoing evolution of subnational ...
... and groups outside the chamber, as an additional form of pluralism  ...
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