The enactment of constituent power in the Arab World: the Palestinian case (2006)

Constituent power is the authority to frame or to amend a particular text, superior to other laws, called the constitution. What distinguishes framing power from amending power is that the latter changes the constitution in ways provided therein, while the former amends it outside any precedent constitutional framework. Most modern states have adopted written and rigid constitutions. Continue reading The enactment of constituent power in the Arab World: the Palestinian case (2006)