Transition to Democracy and the Judicial Systems of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland
Institute for Constitutional and Legislative Policy, Central European University, Budapest College, Legal Studies Program, 1993 - Justice, Administration of - 43 pages
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Judicial Evaluation: Traditions, Innovations and Proposals for Measuring the ...
Francesco Contini,Richard Mohr
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The Judicial System of the Hungarian Republic
The Adminstration of Justice in Poland
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