Constitution-Making and State-Building: Redefining the Palestinian Nation (2012)

In modern times, the “constitution” is considered to be the most appropriate legal instrument to perpetuate a political compromise between entities, groups, and individuals composing the state. It intends to guarantee the respect of this “social contract” to which individuals and groups adhere, in order to stop reclaiming rights through violence but rather to obtain them through law. Continue reading Constitution-Making and State-Building: Redefining the Palestinian Nation (2012)