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Title Two centuries of Norwegian constitution. Between tradition and innovation / guiseppe Franco Ferrari
Published Utrecht : Eleven International, 2015
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Contents TWO CENTURIES OF NORWEGIAN CONSTITUTION: BETWEEN TRADITION AND INNOVATION; TABLE OF CONTENTS; PREFACE, Giuseppe Franco Ferrari; 1. VALUES AND IDEAS IN THE NORWEGIAN CONSTITUTION 1814-2014 -- A REFLECTION, Dag Michalsen; 1.1. BEGINNINGS AND FORMATIONS IN 1814; 1.2. VALUES AND IDEAS ACCORDING TO THE NEW ARTICLE 2 (2012) IN THE NORWEGIAN CONSTITUTION; 2. THE ROLE OF CONSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW, Magne Frostad; 2.1. INTRODUCTION; 2.2. THE CONCEPT OF CONSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW; 2.3. WHO CREATES CONSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW?
2.4. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR STATUS AS CONSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW?2.5. EXAMPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMARY LAW; 2.6. CONCLUDING THOUGHTS; 3. NORWAY IN COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM, Luca Mezzetti ; 3.1. INTRODUCTION; 3.2 EUROPEAN CONSTITUTIONALISM AFTER THE VIENNA CONGRESS; 3.2.1. Autocracies, Oligarchies and Monarchies; 3.2.2. Dualistic and Monistic Constitutional Systems; 3.3. TYPES AND MODELS OF CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEMS: CONCLUSIONS; 4. THE CONSTITUTIONAL ORGANS AND THEIR BALANCE, Rolando Tarchi; 4.1. DEFINITION OF THE SUBJECT AND METHODOLOGICAL PROFILES
4.2. DEFINITION OF THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT AND RELATED SOURCES OF REGULATION: FROM THE CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY TO THE PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM4.3. THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE PARLIAMENTARY FORM OF GOVERNMENT OF NORWAY: THE ABSENCE OF RATIONALIZATION AND THE 'NEGATIVE' NATURE OF NORWEGIAN PARLIAMENTARISM; 4.3.1. The Absence of a Provision on the Early Dissolution of Parliament; 4.4. THE DECLINATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ELECTORAL BODY AND THE STORTING, THE ELECTORAL LAW
4.5. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARLIAMENT AND GOVERNMENT: THE ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ROLE OF THE PRIME MINISTER4.6. THE ALLOCATION OF STATUTORY POWER BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT: THE CONSTITUTIONAL MODEL AND THE PRACTICE; 4.7. THE NORWEGIAN PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM AFTER WORLD WAR II: POLITICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND DYNAMICS, GENERAL PROFILES; 4.7.1. The Historical Evolution of the Political System and of the System of Government; 4.7.2. The Recent Evolution of the Parliamentary System: Some Brief Conclusions
5. FROM QUALIFIED UNICAMERALISM TO GENUINE UNICAMERALISM, Paolo Passaglia5.1. INTRODUCTION; 5.1.1. Patterns of Bicameralism; 5.1.2. Unicameralism and Qualified Unicameralism; 5.1.3. The Structure of Parliament and the Decision-Making Process; 5.2. THE EVOLUTION TOWARDS UNICAMERALISM IN NORWAY; 5.2.1. The New Regulation of the Legislative Process; 5.2.2. The Reform of the Impeachment Process; 5.3. CONCLUSION; 6. INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN NORWAY, Giuseppe Franco Ferrari; 6.1. THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK; 6.2. THE CONSTITUTION AND ITS INTERPRETATION; 6.3. CIVIL LIBERTIES; 6.4. ECONOMIC RIGHTS
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Subject Norway. Grunnloven.
Civil rights -- Norway.
Constitutional history -- Norway.
Constitutional law -- Norway.
Customary law -- Norway.
Form Electronic book
Author Ferrari, Guiseppe Franco
ISBN 946274338X (electronic bk.)
9789462743380 (electronic bk.)