A Constitutional Framework of a Future Palestinian State – Synthesis of Leading Palestinian Thinking and Public Perceptions (2009)

The Palestinian Authority (hereinafter the PA) 1 is a good example of the contradictions inherent in the role of a constitution and its place in a particular (non-state, pre-state or quasistate) legal system. At present, there is a Basic Law (hereinafter the BL) which is enforced in the territory under PA control, and a Draft Palestinian Constitution (hereinafter the DPC) is also circulating. Continue reading A Constitutional Framework of a Future Palestinian State – Synthesis of Leading Palestinian Thinking and Public Perceptions (2009)